CONCEPT MAP - WEEK 11. Cultural Policy and Digitalisation: copyright, Property and Regulation in a Digital World
A Coggle Diagram about Types of work (written, dramatic, musical and artistic work, Sound and music recording , Films, Broadcasting and Layout of published editions of written, dramatic or musical works), Today's students have grown up with all the new technologies and therefore are the generation that use it the most., Copyright = protects those expressions defined in law as 'literary and artistic' works. Hesmondalgh, 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.), Copyright and creativity, Trademarks = protect symbols intended to distinguish the products of companies from one an another., The danger of over protection = " we have no desire to be villains of the pantomime or to appear heavy handed, but we do have an obligation to protect the red cross emblem., Patents = protect ideas, that are new non obvious and useful or applicable to industry. Hesmondalgh, Culture owned by the public, New Media = Manipulable, Dense, Networkable, Compressable and impartial and Does copyright matter in a world of new media?