Marker, McQueen, and Susnal's works are not digital video, but all filmed on film and then manipulated digitally – by transfer ... The convergence of the acts of watching, producing, and distributing in one machine 46 dIGITAL PROHIbITION.
Author: Carolyn Guertin
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Category: Social Science
The act of creation requires us to remix existing cultural content and yet recent sweeping changes to copyright laws have criminalized the creative act as a violation of corporate rights in a commodified world. Copyright was originally designed to protect publishers, not authors, and has now gained a stranglehold on our ability to transport, read, write, teach and publish digital materials. Contrasting Western models with issues of piracy as practiced in Asia, Digital Prohibition explores the concept of authorship as a capitalist institution and posits the Marxist idea of the multitude (à la Antonio Negri and Michael Hardt, and Paulo Virno) as a new collaborative model for creation in the digital age. Looking at how digital culture has transformed unitary authorship from its book-bound parameters into a collective and dispersed endeavor, Dr. Guertin examines process-based forms as diverse as blogs, Facebook, Twitter, performance art, immersive environments, smart mobs, hacktivism, tactical media, machinima, generative computer games (like Spore and The Sims) and augmented reality.
"The digitized items in the Alcohol, Temperance and Prohibition Collection are from the Alcoholism and Addiction Studies Collection as well as from various collections in the Brown University Library - broadsides, sheet music, pamphlets and government publications. The items have been collected at Brown for over three centuries for researchers and scholars at Brown and worldwide interested in American history, including the history of alcoholism, and in how the media was used for spreading ideas and information, and in how the arts presented various movements. The digitized pamphlets were published by various groups leading up to prohibition, during the prohibition era, and ending with the 21st amendment in 1933, which repealed the 18th amendment from 1919 prohibiting the manufacturing, sale or transportation of intoxicating liquors."--About this collection.
The website introduces the reader to Prohibition but mainly strives to put the records in historical context and help users navigate and use the online collection.
Prohibition in Rockingham County: Exploring a Digital Archive, is a digital prehistory thesis project that preserved and made select Prohibition-era records publicly available from the Rockingham County Courthouse. The records are now part of Exploring Rockingham's Past (ERP), an ongoing collaboration between James Madison University's (JMU) History Department, JMU Libraries, and the Rockingham County Circuit Court. These digital documents have been released into the public domain as keyword searchable and fully described PDFs at https://omeka.lib.jmu.edu/erp/. A digital exhibit is used to showcase the records: https://sites.lib.jmu.edu/prohibition/. The website introduces the reader to Prohibition but mainly strives to put the records in historical context and help users navigate and use the online collection.
An indispensable guide to quickly and accessibly acquiring in-depth knowledge in competition law in the digital sector, this matchless volume is a must-read for any practitioner or academic who encounters competition law related to digital ...
Author: Marc Wiggers
Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.
‘Digital competition’, a term and concept that has risen to the forefront of competition law, may be viewed as both promising and cautionary: on the one hand, it brings the promises of increased speed, efficiency and objectivity, and, on the other, it entails potential pitfalls such as hard-to-identify pathways to unfair pricing, dominant positions and their potential abuse, restriction of choice and abuse of personal data. Accordingly, jurisdictions around the world are taking measures to deal with the phenomenon. In this concise but thoroughly researched book – both informative and practical – lawyers from a prominent firm with a specialised digital competition team take stock and examine the state of digital competition in the enforcement practices of six competition authorities in Europe, most of these forerunners in the field of digital competition policy and enforcement. The competition authorities surveyed are those of the European Union, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium. For each, an overview, spanning the period from 2012 to mid-2019, includes not only landmark cases in which digital technologies have had a significant impact on the competition law outcome but also guidance documents such as speeches, policy statements, industry surveys and research reports. Activities and enforcement practices of the various authorities include the following and more: degree of activity; focus of the activity; enforcement styles; enforcement instruments; visible effectiveness of enforcement; and important insights and outlooks. Each overview contains separate chapters on the cartel prohibition, the prohibition of abuse of a dominant position and merger control. An additional chapter evaluates the similarities and differences in the enforcement practices and the positive and negative effects of digital competition in the jurisdictions investigated, and a concluding chapter offers recommendations. An indispensable guide to quickly and accessibly acquiring in-depth knowledge in competition law in the digital sector, this matchless volume is a must-read for any practitioner or academic who encounters competition law related to digital markets. The dilemmas and challenges of the new competition law reality – which is here already, like it or not – are clearly explained here for the benefit of regulators, academics, policymakers, judges, in-house counsel and lawyers specialising in competition law and intellectual property law.
Congress passed the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) in 1998, in part, to help copyright owners protect their exclusive rights against infringement facilitated by digital technologies, including the Internet.
She recently published Digital Prohibition: Piracy and Authorship in New Media Art (Continuum, 2012). David J. Gunkel is Presidential Teaching Professor of Communication Studies at Northern Illinois University.
Author: Raphael Foshay
Publisher: Athabasca University Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Over half a century ago, in The Gutenberg Galaxy (1962), Marshall McLuhan noted that the overlap of traditional print and new electronic media like radio and television produced widespread upheaval in personal and public life: Even without collision, such co-existence of technologies and awareness brings trauma and tension to every living person. Our most ordinary and conventional attitudes seem suddenly twisted into gargoyles and grotesques. Familiar institutions and associations seem at times menacing and malignant. These multiple transformations, which are the normal consequence of introducing new media into any society whatever, need special study. The trauma and tension in the daily lives of citizens as described here by McLuhan was only intensified by the arrival of digital media and the Web in the following decades. The rapidly evolving digital realm held a powerful promise for creative and constructive good—a promise so alluring that much of the inquiry into this new environment focused on its potential rather than its profound impact on every sphere of civic, commercial, and private life. The totalizing scope of the combined effects of computerization and the worldwide network are the subject of the essays in The Digital Nexus, a volume that responds to McLuhan’s request for a “special study” of the tsunami-like transformation of the communication landscape. These critical excursions provide analysis of and insight into the way new media technologies change the workings of social engagement for personal expression, social interaction, and political engagement. The contributors investigate the terms and conditions under which our digital society is unfolding and provide compelling arguments for the need to develop an accurate grasp of the architecture of the Web and the challenges that ubiquitous connectivity undoubtedly delivers to both public and private life. Contributions by Ian Angus, Maria Bakardjieva, Daryl Campbell, Sharone Daniel, Andrew Feenberg, Raphael Foshay, Carolyn Guertin, David J. Gunkel, Bob Hanke, Leslie Lindballe, Mark McCutcheon, Roman Onufrijchuk, Josipa G. Petrunić, Peter J. Smith, Lorna Stefanick, Karen Wall.
Incorporation of Copying Controls (a) Prohibition on Importation, Manufacture, and Distribution. — No person shall import, manufacture, or distribute any digital audio recording device or digital audio interface that does not conform to ...
Author: Margaret C. Jasper
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
The Law of Copyright provides a clear description of the basics of copyright law. Readers are given an understanding of how the law protects them and how to obtain that protection. This important volume includes exceptions to copyright rules, as well as valuable guidance on how to thoroughly and strategically protect artistic and literary works. The Legal Almanac series serves to educate the general public on a variety of legal issues pertinent to everyday life and to keep readers informed of their rights and remedies under the law. Each volume in the series presents an explanation of a specific legal issue in simple, clearly written text, making the Almanac a concise and perfect desktop reference tool. All volumes provide state-by-state coverage. Selected state statutes are included, as are important case law and legislation, charts and tables for comparison.
The first section 1201 rulemaking running afoul of the prohibition in While starting with a section 102 took place three years ago , and on section 1201 ( a ) ( 1 ) . The rulemaking category of works , or a subcategory October 27 ...
In Live Digital Or Be Irrelevant serial entrepreneur A.K Smith-Ford tells it straight from the heart utilizing his life experiences over the period of 2015-2018 about how he evolved to digital citizenship and is now embarking on a bright ...
Author: A.K Smith-Ford
Publisher: Balboa Press
Are you still hesitant in becoming a digital citizen? Are you afraid of the digital future? Are you still engaging the digital media spectrum in an analogue way? In Live Digital Or Be Irrelevant serial entrepreneur A.K Smith-Ford tells it straight from the heart utilizing his life experiences over the period of 2015-2018 about how he evolved to digital citizenship and is now embarking on a bright future. In this narrative you will experience: a. How to become comfortable in the digital economy b. How to see the digital world as one of unlimited opportunities for yourself. c. How “unlearning’’ will keep you relevant for the future. Become digital and don’t be irrelevant moving forward. If you are seeking to improve your interaction with the hypergrowth of the digitally featured lifestyle Live Digital Or Be Irrelevant should be in your travel bag or on your nightstand.
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Author: Ines Willemyns
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The first comprehensive analysis of the applicability of international trade law to digital services at multilateral and regional levels.
Digital History, http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu. An American history site created by the University of Houston that includes an article about Prohibition. Internet Archive, www.archive.org. A nonprofit Internet library offering ...
Author: Sylvia Engdahl
Publisher: Greenhaven Publishing LLC
Category: Young Adult Nonfiction
This volume presents the legal concepts of the Eighteenth and Twenty-first Amendments in an engagingly simplified, easily understandable way, while reflecting provisions in both the national and state curriculum standards. Readers will look at these two amendments in historical context, examining how they have been tested in the courts and present current controversies and debates. Lastly, readers will examine each amendment's current relevance.
(a) Prohibition on Importation, Manufacture, and Distribution. – No person shall import, manufacture, or distribute any digital audio recording device or digital audio interface device that does not conform to – (1) the Serial Copy ...
Indeed, as Carolyn Guertin's Digital Prohibition: Piracy and Authorship in New Media Art explores new authorial and publishing models made available through the emergence of digital technology, she also describes the attendant forms of ...
Author: Amy E. Robillard
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
This volume explores a dimension of authorship not given its due in the critical discourse to this point—authorship contested. Much of the existing critical literature begins with a text and the proposition that the text has an author. The debates move from here to questions about who the author is, whether or not the author’s identity is even relevant, and what relationship she or he does and does not have to the text. The authors contributing to this collection, however, ask about circumstances surrounding efforts to prevent authors from even being allowed to have these questions asked of them, from even being identified as authors. They ask about the political, cultural, economic and social circumstances that motivate a prospective audience to resist an author’s efforts to have a text published, read, and discussed. Particularly noteworthy is the range of everyday rhetorical situations in which contesting authorship occurs—from the production of a corporate document to the publication of fan fiction. Each chapter also focuses on particular instances in which authorship has been contested, demonstrating how theories about various forms of contested authorship play out in a range of events, from the complex issues surrounding peer review to authorship in the age of intelligent machines.
... in this debate is that the EU does not include a prohibition on applying customs duties to electronic transmissions in ... Other countries seem to take a mixed approach in their PTAs when it comes to the use of the term 'digital ...
Author: Rhea Tamara Hoffmann
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book addresses topical questions concerning the legal framework of trade in services, and assesses how these issues are dealt with in GATS and in selected preferential trade agreements. In addition, the chapters discuss whether the differences and similarities (if any) are evidence of greater coherence or greater divergence. The book combines the individual analyses to provide a more comprehensive picture of the current law on services trade liberalisation.A quarter of a century after the conclusion of the General Agreement on Trade and Services (GATS), international law on trade in services is still in a state of flux: on the one hand, countries increasingly conclude bilateral and regional trade agreements with sections on trade in services that aim at a further liberalisation of services trade. On the other, the GATS structure remains the dominant model and serves as the basis for many preferential trade agreements. In addition, new aspects such as electronic commerce, data protection and taxation are now emerging, while issues that had already manifested in the mid-1990s such as financial services regulation, labour mobility, and telecommunications continue to be problematic. Usually, the debates focus on the question of whether preferential trade agreements serve as a stepping-stone or stumbling block for trade liberalisation at the multilateral level. However, it can be assumed that rules on trade in services in preferential trade agreements will coexist with the global GATS regime for the foreseeable future. This raises the question of whether we’re currently witnessing a drive towards greater coherence or more divergence in agreements on trade in services.
“Government Digital Inclusion Strategy.” Cabinet Office, United Kingdom, 13 Apr. 2014, ... Digital Prohibition: Piracy and Authorship in New Media Art. Continuum, 2012. – “'It's Creativity, Jim, But Not as We Know It': Authorship in the ...
Author: Patricia Demers
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Minds Alive explores the enduring role and intrinsic value of libraries, archives, and public institutions in the digital age. Featuring international contributors, this volume delves into libraries and archives as institutions and institutional partners, the professional responsibilities of librarians and archivists, and the ways in which librarians and archivists continue to respond to the networked age, digital culture, and digitization. The endless possibilities and robust importance of libraries and archives are at the heart of this optimistic collection. Topics include transformations in the networked digital age; Indigenous issues and challenges in custodianship, ownership, and access; the importance of the harmonization of memory institutions today; and the overarching significance of libraries and archives in the public sphere. Libraries and archives - at once public institutions providing both communal and private havens of discovery - are being repurposed and transformed in intercultural contexts. Only by keeping pace with users' changing needs can they continue to provide the richest resources for an informed citizenry.