The liberation of content and the possibility of its manipulation is the cornerstone of Culture 2.0. The public demands a certain relaxation of copyrights laws, while an increasing number of organizations are rallying behind the notion of stricter control of copyright and content sharing. Are there any feasible alternatives to wikianarchy and the dictatorship of the author?
Participants: Rickard „Rick” Falkvinge, one of the founders and leaders of the Pirate Party; Oliver Herrgesell, journalist and editor; RTL Group’s Executive Vice President for Communications, Public Affairs & Marketing; Ryszard Markiewicz, full professor of law, a renowned expert in copyright and press law; Joost Smiers, professor emeritus at the Utrecht Academy of Fine Arts; Raquel Xalabarder, lawyer specializing in copyright law, involved with Open Educational Resources (OER). Moderator: Ruben Maes, journalist, strategic communications consultant, interim-chairman of SICA Dutch Centre for International Cultural Activities.
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