recent writing on copyright and independent producers
I wrote like... a fantasy of US Copyright reform that is radical but not quite utopian and the broader consequences it would ideally have internationally and for arts funding: https://emreed.net/Speculation_2020.html
Additionally this about who tends to have access to "originality" and "creative remixing" within current IP norms: https://emreed.net/flappyrevenge.html
My partner wrote this about how free culture spaces are still/even more important as it becomes harder to be a "professional" x y z: https://myfriendpokey.tumblr.com/post/620358240432160768/thats-the-tragedy-of-the-commons-some-fuck
And this is really cool historical research that touches on how, especially re: digital formats, "piracy" is often a norm that arrives in a country via empire: http://gamestudies.org/2002/articles/jo
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