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How to Fix CopyrightOrds that he himself wrote first Modern experts do not have the literary talent of these illustrious predecessors nor do they approach the matter do not have the literary talent of these illustrious predecessors nor do they approach the matter the disinterested manner that framed the debates in the eighteenth and nineteenth century William Patry doesn t hide from which position he addresses the issue he is the Senior Copyright Counsel of Google Inc although he makes it clear that his views are solely his own and not the ones of his employer More to the point he is the author of employer More to the point he is the author of eight volume treatise on US copyright law and a towering figure in the legal academic field As far as expertise goes he is the experts expert and speaks from a position of prominent authority And yet he writes in a refreshing and engaging style and forcefully makes the case that we should all be concerned about the state of copyright law Copyright needs fixing there is ample reason for alarm in assessing the situation we are facing or in considering the direction we are taking Each day seems to bring some new Internet horror story about the excesses of intellectual property Margaret Mitchell s estate infamously tried to se copyright to prevent Gone With the Wind from being retold from a slave s point of view Including tiny samples of past musical performances in rap songs or electro music is considered an infringement of copyright law Copyright now lasts for 70 years after the death of the author long enough to lock Ouch! Daddy Feels Good up almost all of twentieth century culture The Digital Millennial Copyright Act gives content providers a whole array of legally protected digital fences and locks to enclose their work The European Database Protection Directive creates proprietary rights over compilations of descriptive data allowing in essence the ownership of facts According to some critics we are witnessing the second great enclosure movement the enclosure of the intangible commons of the mind that the Internet has the potential to make accessible to all Copy me if you canAote from the book illustrates most elouently the impact of copyright law on creativity and artistic expression Commenting the impact of judiciary decisions on music sampling at the turn of the 1990s rap artist Chuck D from Public Enemy declares Public Enemy s music was affected than anybody s because we were taking thousands of sounds The sounds were all collaged together to make a sonic wall So we had to change our whole style the style of It Takes a Nation and Fear of a Black Planet Readers who came of age in the 1980s might remember the music of Public Enemy and NWA a dense wall of sound on which rap lyrics were overlaid By comparison the simplistic thumping beat and 獣・人外BL [Kemono/Jingai BL] unimaginative synthesizer lines that accompany most modern rap can only sound like a regression This is because now every sample no matter how tiny has to be cleared licensed from the owners of the original recording This legal change caused an aesthetic change Rap music is not the only musical genre to be affected by changes in copyright law Music is hard for copyright law to handle Creativity is collective and additive than in literature and much of the raw materialsed by subseuent creators is potentially covered by copyright Far from building everything anew musicians seem ite deliberately to base their work on fragments taken from others Musicians take chunks of existing work that were proven to work well and set them in a new context or frame Musical genres develop out of other genres to the extent that every musical innovator is a #crossover artist How would the great musical traditions of the twentieth century jazz #artist How would the great musical traditions of the twentieth century jazz blues rock have developed nder today s copyright regime Would they have developed at all Music is not the only art in which copying is widespread Writers practice the genre of the pastiche the parody the homage the paraphrase the L testing and adjustment Patry argues that laws must be consistent with prevailing markets and technologies because technologies play a large although not exclusive role in creating consumer demand; markets then satisfy that demand Patry discusses how copyright laws arose out of eighteenth century markets and technology the most important characteristic of which was artificial scarcity Artificial scarcity was created by the existence of a small number gatekeepers by relatively high barriers to entry and by analog limitations on copying Markets and technologies change in a symbiotic way Patry asserts New technologies create new demand reuiring new business models The new markets created by the Internet and digital tools are the greatest ever Barriers to entry are low costs of produ. Very enjoyable read Patry hits the nail on the head that the problems facing content providers is primarily a failure to respond to market forces and an antiuated and ever increasingly misapplied law Stronger laws respond to market forces and an antiuated and ever increasingly misapplied law Stronger laws fix a failure to respond to market forces In fact by attempting to enact stringent laws and create rights that shouldn t be we are preventing many creative activities #Both Creative Works And New Business Models Where This Book #creative works and new business models Where this points off is patry s willingness to state his own tautologies and assumptions while As one of the clearest delineations of the troubles plaguing copyright laws this book is eminently readable and recommended for anyoneI can finally Orks vs. Zwerge - Fluch der Dunkelheit understand the previously inexplicable and now seemingly inevitable move of copyright experts to into realm of political reform I almost wish I didn t Copyright Needs FixingThere are some issues like climate change civil rights or the way the economy works that any informed citizen needs to know a little about Peoplesually have opinions on these issues they are the stuff of democratic debates and although people often disagree on substance they agree that these issues matter and should be openly debated There are other issues that are deemed too technical or specialized to be worthy of public debates what standards to adopt for electric cars how the Internet should or shouldn t be regulated or whether the United States should scrap its arms reduction treaties with Russia It s OK not to have opinions or knowledge on these matters they are black box topics that can be dealt with by experts or people who have an interest in these issues Is copyright a type 1 or a type 2 issue Does it belong to the category of topics worthy of public debates and conflicting opinions or can it be treated as a black box and be left to experts to discuss William Patry s strong opinion is that copyright matters that every informed citizen should know at least some basic principles about intellectual property and that legal evolutions such as longer copyright duration or stronger IP protection should be publicly debated Monopoly rightsThere is of course a long tradition of debating intellectual property rights in an open democratic setting American Founding Fathers and French philosophes found the issue worthy of their interest and IP protection even made its way into the United States constitution The Congress shall have power To promote the progress of science and seful arts by securing for limited times to authors and inventors the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries Thomas Jefferson wrote a famous letter to Isaac McPherson in which he framed the issue elouently than anyone has done since He who receives an idea from me receives instruction himself without lessening mine as he who lights his taper at mine receives light without darkening me In Great Britain Thomas Macauley made a landmark speech at the House of Commons in 1841 in which he expressed the belief that intellectual property rights are necessary evils which must be carefully circumscribed by law It is good that authors should be remunerated and the least exceptionable way of remunerating them is by a monopoly Yet monopoly is an evil For the sake of the good we must submit to the evil but the evil ought not to last a day longer than is necessary for the purpose of securing the good And in France the young Denis Diderot made the case that authors rights or droits d auteur should be protected as strongly as any other form of property What form of wealth could belong to a man if not a work of the mind if not his own thoughtsthe most precious part of himself that will never perish that will immortalize him while Condorcet took a balanced approach Does a man have the right to forbid another man to write the same Do copyright laws directly cause people to create works they otherwise wouldn't create Do those laws directly put substantial amounts of money into authors' pockets Does culture depend on copyright Are copyright laws a key driver of competitiveness and of the knowledge economy These are the key estions William Patry addresses in How to Fix Copyright We all share the goals of increasing creative works ensuring authors can make a decent living furthering culture and competitiveness and ensuring that knowledge is widely shared but what role does copyright law actually play in making these things come true in the real world Simply believing in lofty goals isn't enough If we want our goals to come true we must go beyond believing in them; we must ensure they come true through empirica. ,

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Estatement or the indirect otation Painters learn their trade by copying masterworks in museums Fake it till you make it seems to be the instruction given to any young student going through artistic apprenticeship It to be the instruction given to any young student going through artistic apprenticeship It only by imitating past masters and following the instructions of talented teachers that one can develop one s own style or find one s true originality The idea that copying euals a lack of creativity is a distortion of reality On the contrary imitating existing works can promote cultural creativity and diversity and restricting the range of works that can be copied or sampled as copyright law does reduces artistic innovation To deny people the right to copy from others is to deny the essence of what it #IS TO BE A CREATIVE PERSON #to be a creative person that limit the right to copy and reuse cultural material are inhibiting rather than encouraging creativity But it is a mistake to believe that copyright exists to encourage creativity and innovation Historically they were established to protect the rights of printers and publishers in their fight against booksellers the right of authors came almost as an afterthought Today the general belief is still that copyright law places the author at the epicenter of William Patry s second book in as many years on the vexed issue of copyright is as approachable erudite and compelling as it s predecessor Moral Panics and the Copyright WarsMr Patry over the course of the book systematically establishes an evidenced based case for the reinvention of how copyright should and could work in the age of the Internet He bolsters his case with an impressive array of academic research and as a practisin This book was a characteristically clear and impassioned take from William Patry on what s wrong with copyright policy and how it s formed all around the world The suggestions are simple pursue evidence based policies that advance the public interest gosh I hope tha An intelligent thought provoking book that puts into words what I have been trying to express for years I wish some policy makers would read it or maybe I need to change jobs go into policy making I wish everyone I know would read this book to nderstand the shift in copyright law that has taken place over the past 40 years and how it is affecting our ability to be an innovative nation Excellent review of fact based data with well thought out arguments and reasoning This book intelligently tackles an issue copyright reform whose open discussion and evolution has been intentionally suppressed by content owners like record labels and movie studios This issue is one we all should be concerned about and this book brilliantly and logically explains why Patry is a copyright lawyer He previously worked for the US Copyright Office and currently works for Google In this book he lays out all the reasons why copyright is currently broken He looks at copyright law not just in the United States but also in the United Kingdom and the European Union Despite the title of the book Patry does not prescribe what he thinks the *TERMS OF COPYRIGHT LAW SHOULD BE *of copyright law should be he describes what needs to fixed and how countries should go about redeveloping their copyright laws The books is very well reasoned and full of evidence supporting his arguments If only the people in charge of creating and influencing our copyright laws would read this and It devotes to promote the good Wer war ich im Vorleben?: Die positive Wirkung spiritueller Rckfhrungen use of Creative Commons Leaves exposed the alleged practices of creativity that claims the copyright and easily explains in a way tonderstand the benefits of releasing our work for non commercial reuse This is a really excellent book for anyone interested in copyright policy It s clear engaging and easy to read while providing a sound analysis and data to back it p of the big mess of problems plaguing copyright law today. Ction and distribution are low the reach is global and large sums of money can be made off of a multitude of small transactions Along with these new technologies and markets comes the democratization of creation; digital abundance is replacing analog artificial scarcity The task of policymakers is to remake our copyright laws to fit our times our copyright laws based on the eighteenth century concept of physical copies gatekeepers and artificial scarcity must be replaced with laws based on access not ownership of physical goods creation by the masses and not by the few and global rather than regional markets Patry's view is that of a traditionalist who believes in the goals of copyright but insists that laws must match the times rather than fight against the present and the future.