29
September
2008

Pirate Philosophy - Professor Gary Hall

Pirate Philosophy explores how the development of various forms of so-called internet piracy are affecting ideas of authorship, intellectual property, copyright law, fair use, patent, trademark, content creation and cultural production that were established pre-internet.

Professor Gary Hall looks at a number of ways in which the Arts and Humanities can engage their ideas outside of the traditional field of academic publishing, and how open access has the potential to liberate academia from its many constraints.

Please liberatepirate this lecture from us, and feel free to remix it and do whatever you want with it. You can also watch it on the Coventry University YouTube Channel

Visit Gary Hall's website to find out more work.

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