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Policy Recommendations by [http://robmyers.org/weblog/ Rob Myers]:
 
Policy Recommendations by [http://robmyers.org/weblog/ Rob Myers]:
  
"* Artists should campaigning to oppose the extension of copyright and trademark law and the reduction of fair use.
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* Artists should campaign to oppose the extension of copyright and trademark law and the reduction of fair use.
  
 
* Artists should use copyleft licensing to ensure the free circulation of ideas.
 
* Artists should use copyleft licensing to ensure the free circulation of ideas.
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* Artists who are interested to do so should produce work to show the value of fair use and the public domain.
 
* Artists who are interested to do so should produce work to show the value of fair use and the public domain.
  
* Artists who are interested to do so should challenge copyright maximalists and censors by using mass media imagery and transgressive
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* Artists who are interested to do so should challenge copyright maximalists and censors by using mass media imagery and transgressive imagery.
imagery.
 
  
* Artists should use Free Software and free (or open) file formats for accessibility, and help drive improvement of them."
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* Artists should use Free Software and free (or open) file formats for accessibility, and help drive improvement of them.
 
(http://www.anat.org.au/stillopen/blog/2007/08/19/open-source-ideologies/)
 
(http://www.anat.org.au/stillopen/blog/2007/08/19/open-source-ideologies/)
  

Latest revision as of 20:04, 24 August 2007

Policy Recommendations by Rob Myers:

  • Artists should campaign to oppose the extension of copyright and trademark law and the reduction of fair use.
  • Artists should use copyleft licensing to ensure the free circulation of ideas.
  • Artists who are interested to do so can investigate the use of collaborative project management.
  • Artists who are interested to do so should produce work to show the value of fair use and the public domain.
  • Artists who are interested to do so should challenge copyright maximalists and censors by using mass media imagery and transgressive imagery.
  • Artists should use Free Software and free (or open) file formats for accessibility, and help drive improvement of them.

(http://www.anat.org.au/stillopen/blog/2007/08/19/open-source-ideologies/)


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