Cultural Policy: Copyright, Property and Regulation
A Coggle Diagram about Web 2.0
(Term coined by O'Reilly, 2005
, User generated content
, File sharing
, Multiple source and multiple platform
, Dynamic, 'richer'
, Rapidly shifting
, New forms of audience interaction
), Copyright #
, New Media
and (Flew, 2008)
), The Future
, "evenly available across the human population"
, "social networks can harness the creative imagination of all the agents in the system"
, "growing knowledge as well as for self-expression"
, (Hartley, 2011)
and Overall we can't know what the combination of the various creative industries and social networks will allow us to achieve
), Digital native vs Digital Immigrant
(Danger of overprotecting
, Protecting a symbol
, "Trademarks protect symbols intended to distinguish the products of companies from one another" (Hesmondhalgh, 2010)
(Protect an idea
, Link to creativity
and "Patents protect ideas that are new, non-obvious and useful or applicable to industry" (Hesmondhalgh, 2010)
) and The Public Domain
("A body of works which can be used by anyone because no one can claim exclusive rights to their use. National copyright laws determine when a work passes out of copyright and into this public domain." (Hesmondhalgh, 2010)