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Monetizing a Meme: A Case Study on The Harlem Shake Oct 24, 2014

by Zachary McDowell and Mike Soha This is an abridged draft of a paper we are developing for publication. We invite anyone to provide comment, criticism, or suggestion in the comment space below. We ask that you please honor that it’s being offered … Continue reading

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Transformative Re-Use: The Re-Circulation of Fair Use Materials Aug 19, 2014

In 2011 I opened an account on Critical Commons in order to upload a series of film clips I was analyzing for a journal article on films about the 1964 Kitty Genovese murder in New York City. I uploaded several clips … Continue reading

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Twitch Plays Pokemon: Questioning Intellectual Property, Creativity and the Public Performance of Play Mar 17, 2014

As a bookend to the podcast that T.L. Taylor and Greg Lastowka were kind enough to participate in, I’m posting this bit of thinking on the legal issues that continue to plague those of us thinking about cultural production in … Continue reading

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Podcast: TL Taylor and Greg Lastowka on Video Games, User Generated Content and Regulatory Regimes Feb 24, 2014

In this episode of Culture Digitally the Podcast, MIT’s TL Taylor and Rutgers Law School’a Greg Lastowka share their insights into emergent video game culture practices that may run aground on copyright law.  Greg talks about his recent NSF  funded … Continue reading

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Podcast: Hector Postigo’s Digital Rights Movement May 13, 2013

The Virtual Policy Network interviewed Hector Postigo about his recent book Digital Rights Movement. You can listen to the show here: SCT 13: The Digital Rights Movement

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