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CIPR Research Lunch: Current Research in Internet & Copyright
Note: Liza Barry-Kessler's presentation has been moved to a special SOIS Barriers to Access brown bag lunch on November 7. Details to follow.
Two members of the SOIS community will be participating in the 13th annual Internet Research conference in Salford, UK hosted by the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR). The Center for Information Policy Research (CIPR) is pleased to provide an opportunity to preview their research presentations on Monday, October 15, 2012, 12:30-2:00pm in NWQ-B 3511 (bring your own lunch).
There will be two short presentations:
"A Chocolate Allergy Curse or a Cease and Desist Order?: Handicrafters’ Responses to Intellectual Property Issues"
Dr. Nadine Kozak, Assistant Professor, SOIS
This paper examines the conflict between handicraft bloggers and large corporations who use the crafters’ designs without remuneration or consent, the claims each group makes about taking someone’s ideas, and the issues this raises about the larger questions of morality, copyright, and intellectual property.
"Internet Filtering in Denmark: The Case of Pirate Bay"
Jeremy Mauger, PhD Candidate, SOIS
This paper argues that the filtering of Pirate Bay by the Danish government has implications beyond those of simple economics and copyright protection, rising to the level of unconstitutional restriction of protected political speech.
CIPR holds informal research lunches (bring your own lunch) a few times each semester, to provide a space for UW-M faculty, students, staff, and friends interested in information policy and ethics (conceived of broadly) to share research -- both finished and in progress. If you'd like to schedule a time to present, please contact Michael Zimmer at firstname.lastname@example.org
[This presentation has been moved to November 7. Details to follow]
"Queering Copyright: How lack of copyright protection for recipes both frustrates and benefits food bloggers"
Liza Barry-Kessler, PhD Student, SOIS
This paper critiques the exclusion of recipes from copyright protection, in particular as this affects food bloggers, through the lenses of feminist and queer theory.