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Copyright Law, Digital Content and the Internet in the Asia-Pacific
This e-book provides an insight into the key issues facing copyright law and digital content policy in a networked information world, based on papers presented at the First International Forum on theExpand
Time Shifting in a Networked Digital World: Optus TV Now and Copyright in the Cloud
TLDR
This chapter examines copyright principles applied in an Australian case concerning the legality of a consumer cloud computing service—“TV Now”—a free to air TV recording service based on the Internet. Expand
Chinese Copyright Law, Peer Production and the Participatory Media Age: An Old Regime in a New World
In 2005, a funny flash song, I Don't Want to Say I'm a Chicken, spread over the Internet (hereafter referred to as the Chicken Song Case). People were sharing it among friends, downloading it andExpand
Country of Origin and Internet Publication: Applying the Berne Convention in the Digital Age
Online publication allows a work to be published simultaneously throughout the world to every country with Internet access. While it is certainly advantageous for the dissemination and impact ofExpand
Knowledge and Its Inventors/Carriers in Evolutionary Economics: Towards A Relational Theory of Authorship and Copyright
  • S. Shi
  • Political Science
  • 4 December 2008
The growth of knowledge and the development of culture is a cumulative process based on a vast variety of distributed creative and intellectual activities of many individuals. In contrast toExpand
A Relational Theory of Authorship
Over the years we have heard the debate as to whether authorship emanates solely from the individual or from the cultural context in which they inhabit. Writers such as Professors Woodmansee, JasziExpand
Authorial Creations in Networked Information Societies: Towards a Perspective of Evolutionary Economics
  • S. Shi
  • Political Science
  • 5 December 2008
The growth of knowledge and the development of culture is a cumulative process based on a vast variety of distributed creative and intellectual activities of many individuals. In contrast toExpand
The Place of Creativity in Copyright Law
  • S. Shi
  • Political Science
  • 22 October 2008
The negative effects of copyright (and other intellectual property) on the generation and flow of information and knowledge have raised universal concern. In particular, the danger of threatening andExpand
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