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04 JUNE 2017

Remix: Lawrence Lessig on IP in the Digital Economy

"The prolific and controversial web culture of piracy, particularly file sharing, has taken the world by storm, and for more than a decade, we’ve been waging a war in the name of the 20th Century’s model of copyright law.

The content industry has convinced the world that extremism in copyright regulation is good for business and economic growth. But that's false. Join Stanford Law Professor Lawrence Lessig as he discusses the potential creative accomplishments that our society could achieve, if only we viewed copyright and intellectual property (IP) laws differently."

Lessig, L. (2008). "Remix: Making Art and Commerce Thrive in the Hybrid Economy", Bloomsbury Academic.

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2008 • commerce and community • content industry • copyright law • copyright regulation • digital economyeconomic growthfile sharingGirl Talk (music artist)gramophone • hybrid economy • intellectual propertyintellectual property lawintellectual property rightsLawrence Lessigpiracy • prohibition • remixremix culture • sharing economies • talking machines • web culture • wiretaps

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Simon Perkins
16 JUNE 2011

Imperial College London: the future of digital services

"The Digital Economy Lab acts as a portal for all the research, teaching and engagement which is taking place within this grand challenge at Imperial College London. The Digital Economy Lab aims to link external organisations to relevant expertise at the College and to foster the growing digital community within the College so that they can work together more effectively.

Launched in September 2010, the Lab has been gaining momentum already through a number of engagements with firms, lectures and the launch of the Digital Business pathway as part of Imperial College Business School's Masters in Management course. A programme of research is currently ready to be launched, building on the many existing projects which are showcased on this website."

(Imperial College London)

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2010applied researchbusiness management • business school • digital business • digital community • digital economy • Digital Economy Lab • Digital Economy Laboratory • digital services • Future of Digital Services • Imperial College Londoninnovationknowledge-based economy • liveable cities • Masters in Management • new digital services • novel digital services • online brainstorming initiative • researchresearch centreresearch programmeresearch projectsSME • technologies of engagement • UK

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Simon Perkins
15 MAY 2011

The Horizon Digital Economy Research research centre

"Horizon will undertake a series of complementary experience projects to envision, create, deploy and study radical new services. Each experience project will involve a multidisciplinary team of technologists, human–scientists, domain experts and innovation facilitators working with users to explore technology, human and business issues in the real world.

The experience projects will include: Creative Visiting; The Connected Journey; Exposing the Footprint

The experience projects will bring into focus the fundamental principles of the underlying technologies, methods and theoretical understandings required to elaborate future services and develop sustainable systems for a digital economy.

Horizon will undertake research in the cross–cutting challenges underlying the digital economy–these will include: The Innovation Challenge; The Human Challenge; The Infrastructural Challenge."

(Horizon Research Institute)

Fig.1 Ben Bedwell VIPR2009 [http://www.flickr.com/photos/vipr2009/4405438963/sizes/l/in/photostream/]

[The Horizon Digital Economy Research is based at the University of Nottingham, UK]

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applied research • business issues • connected journey • creative visiting • devicedigital economydiscoverydomain expertseconomic changeengineeringenvisioningexperience project • exposing the footprint • fundamental principles • future services • Horizon Digital Economy Research • human challenges • human issues • human-scientists • infrastructural challenge • innovation • innovation challenge • innovation facilitators • interdisciplinarymultidisciplinarypervasive computing • radical new services • real worldresearch centresolution • sustainable systems • technologiestechnologists • technology issues • ubiquitous computingUKUniversity of Nottingham

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Simon Perkins
29 OCTOBER 2008

The Cox Review of Creativity in Business

"The Cox Review of Creativity in Business: building on the UK's strengths was published on the 2nd December. The review was commissioned by the Chancellor of the Exchequer at the time of Budget 2005 and has been led by Sir George Cox.

The success of the creative industries notwithstanding, there is evidence that UK business is not realising the full potential of applying creativity more widely. The Cox review was commissioned to look at how best to enhance UK business productivity by drawing on our world–leading creative capabilities. The review has consulted extensively with key stakeholders in producing its findings, including the creative industries, businesses in a range of others sectors, education institutions and regional and devolved bodies, as well as international contacts, and has received invaluable contributions from a wide range of individuals and organisations.

The review sets out the steps that the Government and the business, broadcasting and education sectors should take to ensure that UK businesses harness the world–class creative talents that the UK possesses."
(HM Treasury)

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2005businessCox Review • creative capabilities • creative industriescreativityculture • culture and creativity • digital economyeconomy • education sectors • enterpriseentrepreneurGeorge Coxinnovationintellectual property rightsIPRUK

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Roma Patel
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