Week 6 – Radiance Zeigler

24 Jun

The web has completely changed the idea of copyright and intellectual property over the years, making it completely different from the when the web first began being used by the general population. Copyrighting laws were a big wake up call from not only the music industry but book and movie industries as well. But what […]

Amira Bell-Week 6 post

24 Jun

Over the century’s the web has changed drastically and made the idea of copyright extremely complicated. Over the web you can look up many different things and if it doesn’t have copyright you can take that information and use it as your work. The idea of Copyright and intellectual property have made it more complicated […]

Week Six Post-Alyssa Jurcak-Anderson

24 Jun

Over time the web has changed the way we view copyright and intellectual property. Web 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0 all have different ways of drawing the audience in. Web 1.o started with the cycle of a web producer -> awesome website and then the users, this  created what many would say an unfortunate pathway for […]

Week 6: Drake Saarinen

24 Jun

For this week we are required to talk about copy rights and intellectual property and how the web has effected these aspects of ownership. For one I think that the web has made copy rights allot more complicated. I say this because people can easily steal other peoples works and re brand them as their […]

Week 6 post Tamika Lofton

24 Jun

o What has the web done to the idea of copyright & intellectual property? Has it made it more complicated? Simpler? Will the web offer new opportunities for copyright holders? Or will the web destroy the concept of copyright & intellectual property altogether? What do you think both Girl Talk and the producers of Good […]

Week Six Kayley Frey

24 Jun

Copyright and intellectual property have changed with the development of the internet. The work that artists upload to the internet can virtually be distributed to any part of the world, for anyone to see and potentially use for their own personal reasons. The internet, according to the documentary, has become a “second mix tape” for […]

Week Six Post- Alyssa Jurcak-Anderson

24 Jun

Over time the web has changed the way we view copyright and intellectual property. Web 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0 all have different ways of drawing the audience in. Web 1.o started with the cycle of a web producer -> awesome website and then the users, this  created what many would say an unfortunate pathway for […]