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    Access vs. Control in Cultural  Production:  RO Culture & RW Culture
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    Test prep! Extra office hours: Machmer 308: Tuesday 4-6 pm; Wed 3-5 pm Review session on TU, March 10th Questions and concepts from your review sheets Exam TH, March 12th 30 multiple-choice questions 2 open-ended questions
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    Control of Digital Spaces   How can we better understand issues of power in digital environments? How are power & control exerted online? QuickTimeª and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
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    The “Copyright Wars” & “Piracy” Information is inherently a public good but… Who pays for the production of information and culture? Copyrights as a balancing system that Supports production of culture by recognizing intellectual “property rights” of creators = + creates Markets Acknowledges rights of the public by preserving: Public domain & “Fair Use” QuickTimeª and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
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