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Book
xviii, 245 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
  • Einleitung
  • Grundlagen
  • Datenschutz
  • Vertrauen
  • Entwurf eines Empfehlungssystems
  • Evaluation
  • Vorschläge für eine Fortentwicklung des Rechts
  • Zusammenfassung und Ausblick.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
103 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Uncovering the "P2P dilemma" : technical and economic background of P2P
  • Copyright, territoriality and P2P
  • Collective management of copyright
  • Collective management of P2P : a viable alternative?
  • Conclusions.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xi, 254 pages ; 22 cm.
  • How we understand technological and social change
  • Metaphors and norms
  • The embodied law
  • Conceptions of copyright
  • Copies : a metaphoric expansion of copyright
  • Platform, storage or bulletin board? : the Swedish Pirate Bay court case
  • Between form and function in (intellectual) property
  • Conclusions: Conceptions in the code.
Stefan Larsson's Conceptions in the Code makes a significant contribution to sociolegal analysis, representing a valuable contribution to conceptual metaphor theory. By utilising the case of copyright in a digital context it explains the role that metaphor plays when the law is dealing with technological change, displaying both conceptual path-dependence as well as what is called non-legislative developments in the law. The overall analysis draws from conceptual studies of "property" in intellectual property. By using Karl Renner's account of property, Larsson demonstrates how the property regime of copyright is the projection of an older regime of control onto a new set of digital social relations. Further, through an analysis of the concept of "copy" in copyright as well as the metaphorical battle of defining the BitTorrent site "The Pirate Bay" in the Swedish court case with its founders, Larsson shows the historical and embodied dependence of digital phenomena in law, and thereby how normative aspects of the source concept also stains the target domain. The book also draws from empirical studies on file sharing and historical expressions of the conceptualisation of law, revealing both the cultural bias of both file sharing and law. Also law is thereby shown to be largely depending on metaphors and embodiment to be reified and understood. The contribution is relevant for the conceptual and regulatory struggles of a multitude of contemporary socio-digital phenomena in addition to copyright and file sharing, including big data and the oft-praised "openness" of digital innovation.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780190650384 20170206
Law Library (Crown)
Book
1 online resource.
Stefan Larsson's Conceptions in the Code makes a significant contribution to sociolegal analysis, representing a valuable contribution to conceptual metaphor theory. By utilising the case of copyright in a digital context it explains the role that metaphor plays when the law is dealing with technological change, displaying both conceptual path-dependence as well as what is called non-legislative developments in the law. The overall analysis draws from conceptual studies of "property" in intellectual property. By using Karl Renner's account of property, Larsson demonstrates how the property regime of copyright is the projection of an older regime of control onto a new set of digital social relations. Further, through an analysis of the concept of "copy" in copyright as well as the metaphorical battle of defining the BitTorrent site "The Pirate Bay" in the Swedish court case with its founders, Larsson shows the historical and embodied dependence of digital phenomena in law, and thereby how normative aspects of the source concept also stains the target domain. The book also draws from empirical studies on file sharing and historical expressions of the conceptualisation of law, revealing both the cultural bias of both file sharing and law. Also law is thereby shown to be largely depending on metaphors and embodiment to be reified and understood. The contribution is relevant for the conceptual and regulatory struggles of a multitude of contemporary socio-digital phenomena in addition to copyright and file sharing, including big data and the oft-praised "openness" of digital innovation.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780190650384 20170206
Book
8 p. ; 24 cm.
Green Library
Book
11 p. ; 24 cm.
Green Library
Book
iii, 61 p. ; 24 cm.
Green Library
Book
iv, 167 p. : 1 ill. ; 24 cm.
Green Library

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