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Cybercrime - Copyright Infringement

In a digital age, where online communication has become the norm, internet users and governments face increased risks of becoming the targets of cyber attacks.  499 more words

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RIP!: A Remix Manifesto, 2008. Reflection

Directed by Brett Gaylor, RIP!: A Remix Manifesto is an open-source documentary about copyright and culture that is 86 minutes of collaborative remix contributions to the Open Source Cinema website from many different people around the world. 584 more words

Reflections

Hi everyone, I'm Australia and I have a problem with piracy

Hi, Australia!

I’m going to start this blog post with the most generic sentence you have ever heard, and you’ve heard it a lot. Australia is number one in the world for internet piracy per capita. 556 more words

Blog

Illegal Downloading Does NOT say "Thank You"!

As an undergraduate in college, I studied music business and business administration in addition to studying music. In December, I will be through with my graduate studies in interactive media.   494 more words

Respecting the Creative Works of Others

A group of my students was given two tasks. First, how do people use digital media without giving the creator proper credit or compensation. The ways were many: streaming video from non-paying sights, grabbing photos off the web for a project, buying pirated DVDs (a huge market right in the open here in Malaysia), downloading music from YouTube, etc … 526 more words

Teaching

How Spotify Is Crushing Music Piracy In Australia (ToneDeaf)

It might be a bit early to call it mutiny on the music piracy bounty yet, but new figures suggest that illegal downloads have taken a significant dip in the last year. 27 more words

Digital Entertainment Marketing

Paying for e-Books

Last week I read a blog post which was, in the main, a book review. I’m not going to link to it (for reasons which will become clear), or identify the blogger. 1,224 more words

Musings