LSE Media Policy Project: Media policy brief 1Creative destruction and copyright protection
The authors would like to thank Professors Robin Mansell and SoniaLivingstone for their insightful editorial contributions on earlier drafts of thismedia policy brief. We are also grateful for the research and organizationalassistance of our resourceful and talented interns: Dorota Kazcuba, NateVaagen, Ben Murray, Davide Morisi and Liam O’Neill. In addition, Jim Killockand Mark Margaretten contributed to stimulating discussion during theproject’s expert meeting on ‘File-sharing, the DEA and its implementation’.The LSE Media Policy Project is funded by the Higher Education InnovationFund 4.
LSE Media Policy Project Series EditorsZoetanya Sujon and Damian Tambini
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