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Democracy of Sound by
Call Number: KF3035 C97 D4 [Allen shelves]
Publication Date: 2013
Examines music piracy in the United States from the dawn of sound recording to the rise of Napster and online file-sharing, addressing the conflict between those who believe that "information wants to be free" and those who insist economic prosperity depends on protecting intellectual property.
Free Culture by
Call Number: KF2979 .L47 2004 [Mortensen shelves]
Publication Date: 2004
Examines the destruction of the larger public domain of ideas, assessing the creative and innovative repercussions of America's long terms of copyright, as well as the impact of new technologies, big media, and cultural monopolies on our freedom to create, construct, and imagine.
Music Copyright Infringement Resource
Hundreds of documents (texts, scores and audio files) associated with music copyright infringement cases in the U.S. from 1845 forward. Sponsored by Columbia and USC law school (and formerly UCLA).
Copyright & Fair Use
Contains detailed information on many aspects of copyright as well as many links to other useful sites.
Includes regular postings about copyright, licensing, and digital property. It educates readers on both current copyright law and changes in the law.
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