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The Resource Peer to peer and the music industry : the criminalization of sharing, Matthew David

Peer to peer and the music industry : the criminalization of sharing, Matthew David

Label
Peer to peer and the music industry : the criminalization of sharing
Title
Peer to peer and the music industry
Title remainder
the criminalization of sharing
Statement of responsibility
Matthew David
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
IT-FiEUI
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David, Matthew
Dewey number
338.477802854652
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Theory culture & society
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Music trade
  • Music trade
  • Peer-to-peer architecture (Computer networks)
  • Downloading of data
Label
Peer to peer and the music industry : the criminalization of sharing, Matthew David
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Published in association with Theory, Culture & Society
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages [169]-179) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
Introduction. Much too much? ; The file-sharing phenomenon ; The structure of this book ; The claim being made -- The global network society: territorialisation and deterritorialisation. The relative autonomy of the informational mode of development? ; Critical theoretical challenges ; Feminist critiques ; Informationalism and capitalist perestroika? ; The network as morphogenetic structure? ; Ethnographic alternatives ; From ethnography to discourse ; Challenging discourse analysis from within ; Post-structurealist approaches ; Contingency, contradiction and contestation ; File-sharing: a brief history. The hacker ethic - and U2s manager ; Media - compression and transmission ; Early Napster ; The closure ; The rise of peer-to-peer ; The development of a common media and platform ; From peer-to-peer to peers-to-peer (torrents) ; Commercial development - MP3 players, iPods and iTunes ; File-sharing and social networking (decommodification and democratization) ; Mass/new media history ; Web 2.0 and 3.0 - recommercialization or not? ; From consumer revolts to revolts amongst artists -- Markets and monopolies in informational goods: intellectual property rights and protectionism. Intellectual property: an essential contradiction ; The pre-history of patents and copyrights ; Non-rivalousness ; Natural rights discourses versus utilitarian balance of interest constructions ; American, British and French traditions: freedom, control and enlightenment ; Towards an international system, but slowly ; Hollywood pirates, Mark Twain and Mickey Mouse ; The fall and resurgence of international IP regulation ; Fee culture or free culture? ; The young versus the old ; Conclusions: competition versus closure -- Legal genealogies. Technology and legality ; The US legal genealogy ; A curious case of international and inter-media comparison ; Comparative legal frameworks and interpretations ; National specifics from three cases: Canada, UK and Hong Kong ; The emperors new sword ; More on the Sony ruling -- Technical mythologies and security risks. The surveillance society? ; From Foucault to Deleuze: from discipline towards control ; The panoptic sort? ; Cybercrime ; Surveillance - a limited hope for the recording industry ; Attempts at anonymity ; Counter surveillance ; The birth of digital rights management ; Hard and soft DRM today ; The problem with format capture: closure versus exposure ; Managing the horror ; The dialectic of technology -- Media management. Piracy funds terrorism and will destroy our society and your future employment (FACT?) ; Intellectual property theft is the new street drug ; Intellectual property theft and illegal immigrants ; Intellectual property, identity theft and student plagiarism ; Intellectual property theft and airport security myths ; Media scopes: the next big clampdown ; July 2008: via ISPs ; The mass-media and new-media ; Spreading conspiracies -- Creativity as performance: The myth of creative capital. Artists should get paid like everybody else, right? ; Creative industries? ; The problem with music today ; The love manifesto ; The emperors new sword revisited ; The shift back from recording to performance ; The declining value of investment ; The production function ; The manufacture of physical product ; Distribution and sales ; The promoter function ; Publishing rights and the management of wider rights ; Creativity as embodiment and performance? -- Alternative cultural models of participation, communication and reward? ; Five interpretations of file-sharing ; Music today: myth and reality ; Six case studies ; Arctic Monkeys ; Enter Shikari ; Simply Red ; The Charlatans ; Radiohead ; Madonna ; General discussion ; Possible futures ; Filed colonisation (low truth/low proximity) ; Deligitimation/reterritorialization (low trust/high proximity) ; Religitimation/deterritorialization (high trust/low proximity) ; Reterritorialization and religitimation (high trust/high proximity) -- Conclusions. Music and the network society ; Reflexive epistemological diversity ; Theories of the network society ; An essential outline of this book ; Versus the winner loses theory of closure ; Attention to the open character of ongoing conflicts ; Capitalist glasnost and perestroika? ; The future is not what it used to be!
Control code
FIEb16700016
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xiii, 186 pages
Isbn
9781847870056
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)436265457
Label
Peer to peer and the music industry : the criminalization of sharing, Matthew David
Publication
Note
Published in association with Theory, Culture & Society
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages [169]-179) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
Introduction. Much too much? ; The file-sharing phenomenon ; The structure of this book ; The claim being made -- The global network society: territorialisation and deterritorialisation. The relative autonomy of the informational mode of development? ; Critical theoretical challenges ; Feminist critiques ; Informationalism and capitalist perestroika? ; The network as morphogenetic structure? ; Ethnographic alternatives ; From ethnography to discourse ; Challenging discourse analysis from within ; Post-structurealist approaches ; Contingency, contradiction and contestation ; File-sharing: a brief history. The hacker ethic - and U2s manager ; Media - compression and transmission ; Early Napster ; The closure ; The rise of peer-to-peer ; The development of a common media and platform ; From peer-to-peer to peers-to-peer (torrents) ; Commercial development - MP3 players, iPods and iTunes ; File-sharing and social networking (decommodification and democratization) ; Mass/new media history ; Web 2.0 and 3.0 - recommercialization or not? ; From consumer revolts to revolts amongst artists -- Markets and monopolies in informational goods: intellectual property rights and protectionism. Intellectual property: an essential contradiction ; The pre-history of patents and copyrights ; Non-rivalousness ; Natural rights discourses versus utilitarian balance of interest constructions ; American, British and French traditions: freedom, control and enlightenment ; Towards an international system, but slowly ; Hollywood pirates, Mark Twain and Mickey Mouse ; The fall and resurgence of international IP regulation ; Fee culture or free culture? ; The young versus the old ; Conclusions: competition versus closure -- Legal genealogies. Technology and legality ; The US legal genealogy ; A curious case of international and inter-media comparison ; Comparative legal frameworks and interpretations ; National specifics from three cases: Canada, UK and Hong Kong ; The emperors new sword ; More on the Sony ruling -- Technical mythologies and security risks. The surveillance society? ; From Foucault to Deleuze: from discipline towards control ; The panoptic sort? ; Cybercrime ; Surveillance - a limited hope for the recording industry ; Attempts at anonymity ; Counter surveillance ; The birth of digital rights management ; Hard and soft DRM today ; The problem with format capture: closure versus exposure ; Managing the horror ; The dialectic of technology -- Media management. Piracy funds terrorism and will destroy our society and your future employment (FACT?) ; Intellectual property theft is the new street drug ; Intellectual property theft and illegal immigrants ; Intellectual property, identity theft and student plagiarism ; Intellectual property theft and airport security myths ; Media scopes: the next big clampdown ; July 2008: via ISPs ; The mass-media and new-media ; Spreading conspiracies -- Creativity as performance: The myth of creative capital. Artists should get paid like everybody else, right? ; Creative industries? ; The problem with music today ; The love manifesto ; The emperors new sword revisited ; The shift back from recording to performance ; The declining value of investment ; The production function ; The manufacture of physical product ; Distribution and sales ; The promoter function ; Publishing rights and the management of wider rights ; Creativity as embodiment and performance? -- Alternative cultural models of participation, communication and reward? ; Five interpretations of file-sharing ; Music today: myth and reality ; Six case studies ; Arctic Monkeys ; Enter Shikari ; Simply Red ; The Charlatans ; Radiohead ; Madonna ; General discussion ; Possible futures ; Filed colonisation (low truth/low proximity) ; Deligitimation/reterritorialization (low trust/high proximity) ; Religitimation/deterritorialization (high trust/low proximity) ; Reterritorialization and religitimation (high trust/high proximity) -- Conclusions. Music and the network society ; Reflexive epistemological diversity ; Theories of the network society ; An essential outline of this book ; Versus the winner loses theory of closure ; Attention to the open character of ongoing conflicts ; Capitalist glasnost and perestroika? ; The future is not what it used to be!
Control code
FIEb16700016
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xiii, 186 pages
Isbn
9781847870056
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)436265457

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