❰PDF / Epub❯ ☉ Copy, Rip, Burn: The Politics of Open Source Author David M. Berry – Jobs-in-kingston.co.uk From downloading music and movies to accessing free software digital media is forcing us to rethink the very idea of intellectual property While big companies complain about lost profits the individua From downloading music and movies to accessing free Burn: The Kindle Ø software digital media is forcing us to rethink the very idea of intellectual property While big companies complain about lost profits the individual has never enjoyed such freedom and autonomyBerry explores this Copy, Rip, Epub / debate in a concise way offering an ideal introduction for anyone not versed in the legalistic terminology that up until now has dominated coverage of this issueLooking at the historical development of the free software and the open source movement he Rip, Burn: The PDF/EPUB Á examines its growth politics and potential impact showing how the ideas that inspired the movement have now begun to influence the wider cultural landscape He explores whether free software offers us the potential to re think our relationship with technology in Rip, Burn: The Politics of PDF or the information societyThis book will appeal to students of media and journalism and anyone interested in new opportunities for creating a truly independent and democratic media.
- 280 pages
- Copy, Rip, Burn: The Politics of Open Source
- David M. Berry
- 10 February 2015 David M. Berry