TITLE

«Jardines vallados» y la Stationers' Company 2.0

AUTHOR(S)
Lastowka, Greg
PUB. DATE
November 2012
SOURCE
IDP: Revista de Internet, Derecho y Politica;nov2012, Issue 15, p31
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Copyright law originated as a law designed to regulate the commerce of printing, not as a law designed to protect the interests of authors. The Statute of Anne changed this by vesting copyright with the author and thereby creating the possibility of pre-publication negotiations. Today that bargain is being broken. In our era of cloud-computing and Web 2.0, non-author intermediaries provide platforms that constitute the tools of authorship, the tools of publicity, and the tools of commercial distribution. Within this new ecosystem, we are seeing a return to the model of the Stationers' Company, where legal power over authorial production is vested in the hands of the owners of intermediary technologies. The future of digital copyright thus increasingly resembles a return to its early history, as authors play the legal role of vassals beholden to the lords of the platforms where they labor.
ACCESSION #
97347330

 

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