Downloading copyrighted stuff from the Internet: stealing or fair use?
At the click of a mouse, computer-savvy people can download all kinds of materialsongs, movies, games, and softwarefrom the Internet. But if what theyre downloading is copyrighted, its use can be against the law. Author Sherri Mabry Gordon explains how file-sharing works as well as whats fair and whats not.
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Review: Downloading Copyrighted Stuff from the Internet: Stealing or Fair Use?User Review - Monica - Goodreads
Pretty outdated (2005) for a topic that is constantly changing, but gives a bird's eye view on the debates surrounding p2p file sharing, DRM, fair use, copyright laws and the emergence of the iTunes store. Would love to see an updated version with the influence of Apple included. Read full review
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