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November 28, 2006 Arts

Can Wikipedia Ever Make the Grade?

wiki_fp.jpgAs questions about the accuracy of the anyone-can-edit encyclopedia persist, academics are split on whether to ignore it, or start contributing.

As questions about the accuracy of the anyone-can-edit encyclopedia persist, academics are split on whether to ignore it, or start contributing

March 13, 2006 Business

Copyfight

copyfight_web_fp.jpgAs the corridors of power resound with debate about internet control, Becky Hogge champions the internet freedom movement.

Internet freedom comes of age

March 24, 2005 Arts

Revaluing Value

copyright_warning_fp.jpg Max Liboiron looks at the Department of Behavioural Investigation's anti-copyright art movement.

The Condition of Copyright

May 27, 2004 Arts

Plunderphonics

greyalbum_fp.jpgMix the Beatles' The White Album with rapper Jay-Z's Black Album and what do you get? DJ Danger Mouse's experimental CD, The Grey Album. You also get a cease-and-desist order from EMI Music. Tracks from the 3000 now-illegal copies of this CD have spawned countless downloads and are just one of hundreds of examples in the current debate over what is art and what is piracy.

- by Jane Henderson -

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