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LSE MPP Policy Brief 9 Copyright and Creation

LSE MPP Policy Brief 9 Copyright and Creation

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MEDIA POLICY BRIEF 9
Copyright & Creation
A Case for Promoting Inclusive Online Sharing
Bart CammaertsRobin MansellBingchun Meng
The London School of Economics and Political ScienceDepartment of Media and Communications
 
 
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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
The authors would like to thank Hélène de Chalambert for her help inpreparation for this policy brief and members of the LSE Media Policy Projectfor their comments and suggestions.The LSE Media Policy Project is funded by the Higher Education InnovationFund 5.
LSE Media Policy Project Series Editors: Sally Broughton Micova and DamianTambini
Creative Commons license, Attribution
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Non-Commercial.The licence lets others remix, tweak and build upon your work non-commercially, and although their newworks must also acknowledge you and be non-
commercial, they don’t have to license their derivative works
on the same terms.September 2013LSE Media Policy Project
http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/mediapolicyproject/
 
 
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KEY MESSAGES
The creative industries are innovating to adapt to a changing digitalculture and evidence does not support claims about overall revenuereduction due to individual copyright infringement.The experiences of other countries that have implemented punitivemeasures against individual online copyright infringers indicate that theapproach does not have the impacts claimed by some in the creativeindustries. A review of the UK Digital Economy Act 2010 is needed based onindependent analysis of the social, cultural and political impacts of punitive copyright infringement measures against citizens, and theoverall experience of the creative industries.

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