Anyways, back to the topic of IP. Our panel consists of:
- Myself (http://housser.ca/) - Digital photographer and new media producer, psychology student
- Charlene Croft (this web site) - Sociologist researching Equity and Technology, self proclaimed "MySpace junkie"
- Erin Patterson (Acadia University) - Acadmic Librarian
- Ann Dulhanty (Fred C Manning School of Business, Acadia U) - Lecturer
- Angela Wilson (The Athenaeum) - Editor in Chief of Acadia's student newspaper
- Glen Leck (http://glenleck.com/) - Musician, graphics artist, business student
- The changing importance of collective information
- New models of, "copyleft," to address these new models
- Changes to profit models
- Declining sales of traditional media like CDs, while artists publish their music online for free to gain exposure
- The ongoing fight with the RIAA/Viacom
- Photographic rights and model releases - what if a photo's online before you even have a chance to ask for a model release form?
- What will the future of the online world look like?
- Who will own rights to what, and how will money be made?
If you have any suggestions, questions, or comments, you can
- Post a comment to this message
- Call in during the last part of the show next week
- E-mail me: john [at] housser [dot] ca