Week 6 Veronica Stachurski

24 Jun

As explained in the lecture video, the web as we know it today is vastly different than the web that was first created.  Web 1.0 was originally a one-sided relationship between the designer and the user; the designer created content and the user consumed it.  Eventually, however, consumers began to be able to create content, […]

Week 6 – Danny Watt

24 Jun

Upon watching “Good Copy Bad Copy” it was quite clear what the Web has done in regards to intellectual property and copyright; making it unnecessarily difficult to enforce current copyright laws and providing opportunity for creativity. This massive and vast Web of ours has allowed millions and millions of people to illegally download free music […]

Week Six: Jenn Arkens

24 Jun

According to dictionary.com copyright is, “the exclusive right to make copies, license, and otherwise exploit a literary, musical, or artistic work, whether printed, audio, video, etc.:works granted such rights by law on or after January 1, 1978, are protected for the lifetime of the author or creator and for a period of50 years after his or her death.” The web has made this idea of copyright and intellectual property more complex to say the least. With the advancement in technology and the creation of new things copyright becomes more and more difficult. One of the biggest things we see is the use of pirates. New technologies make […]

Week Six – Martha Brushaber

24 Jun

I believe that the web has made the idea of copyright & intellectual property more complicated, but in some ways it has made it simpler. The web allows for people all over the world to easily listen to music from many artists, and the issue that arose from this is that people were copying the […]

MYESHIA COLE-WEEK 6

24 Jun

The web has made the idea of copyrighting easy for the everyday person with all of these website where you can go in and edit them yourself for free as long as you have a screenname, such as Wikipedia. However for intellectuals that have new, innovative ideas the web has made copyrighting a bit more […]

Week 6 Tiffany Ghannam

24 Jun

After listening to this weeks lecture and the readings, its become clear that the web has made it much easier for peoples thoughts and ideas to be copied. With the fairly new ability to create and share web pages, having multiple people contribute and use the page, it is a lot simpler for someone’s work […]

Week 6-Daniel Casey-Dunn

24 Jun

One of the main philosophies  of Web 2.0, as mentioned in the lecture, is the idea of free content, and a read/write culture. This very idea, completely destroys the old style ideas regarding copyright and intellectual properties. As Larry Lessig points out, the younger generations express themselves in this very same read/write style. Where they read one […]