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Canadian Voices Podcast Plays My Hart House Lecture: Still Relevant Two Years Later

My Hart House lecture, Our Own Creative Land: Cultural Monopoly and the Trouble with Copyrightappeared on the third season of the Canadian Voices podcast. The audio is available for download here and a PDF of the lecture is available here.

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April 24, 2008 Comments are Disabled Podcasts

Podcasts and Broadcasts

I recently spent about 40 minutes chatting with Amber MacArthur for the Inside the Net podcast program. You can listen to the discussion (which suffer from some poor Skype audio quality) on music and the law, the clip culture, and net neutrality here.  Meanwhile, TVO is broadcasting my Hart House […]

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May 26, 2006 4 comments News
Hart House Lecture Podcast: Our Own Creative Land

Hart House Lecture Podcast: Our Own Creative Land

Cover of Our Own Creative Land: Cultural Monopoly and The Trouble With CopyrightIn my Hart House Lecture, Our Own Creative Land: Cultural Monopoly and The Trouble With Copyright, I discussed a number of topics, including the Bulte incident, the opportunities presented by the Internet, the context of the current round of copyright reform. I concluded by  sketching out an alternative and forward-looking vision of Canadian copyright law.

The  audio is available as part of the Needs No Introduction series on Rabble.ca and a lecture book in PDF form is available for free download.

A video broadcast of the lecture appeared on TVO’s Big Ideas program, but is no longer available online.

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May 8, 2006 1 comment Audio, Conferences, Podcasts

Our Own Creative Land

I am pleased to announce that I will be delivering the 2006 Hart House Lecture at the University of Toronto on March 30, 2006.  The title of my lecture is Our Own Creative Land: Cultural Monopoly and the Trouble With Copyright.  Organizers are printing a copy of the lecture, which […]

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March 7, 2006 1 comment News