Tailoring Copyright to Social Production

  title={Tailoring Copyright to Social Production},
  author={N. Elkin-Koren},
  journal={Theoretical Inquiries in Law},
  pages={309 - 347}
  • N. Elkin-Koren
  • Published 2010
  • Economics
  • Theoretical Inquiries in Law
  • The prevalence of social production and the increase in User Generated Content (UGC) destabilize some of the fundamental premises of our current copyright law. Copyright law is primarily designed to regulate the relationships of a single owner with other non-owners and is focused on the sovereignty of the author/owner. Social production, by contrast, requires us to articulate a matrix of relationships between the individual, the facilitating platform and the communities and crowds involved in… CONTINUE READING
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