Digital piracy. It's a global war -- and it's just begun. Pirates of the Digital Millennium chronicles that war. All of it: media conglomerates vs. teenagers, tech companies vs. content providers, artists battling artists, nations vs. nations, law enforcement vs. organized crime. John Gantz and Jack Rochester cover every side and all the implications. Economics. Law. Ethics. Culture. The players. And above all, the realities -- including the exclusive new findings of a 57-country digital piracy research project. The media universe is shaking to its very foundations. This book helps you make sense of what's happening -- and what's next.
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About the Authors
John Gantz is Chief Research Officer and Senior Vice President of International Data Corporation. He manages worldwide demand-side research, global market models, Internet, ebusiness and IT forecasts, and research quality control and standards. He led its recent study, The Economic Impact of Software Piracy.
Prior to assuming his current role, he led IDC's worldwide research and consulting in personal systems, consumer devices, workgroup and collaborative computing, and services. As one of IDC's chief spokespersons on technology and market issues, he has been published or quoted in media ranging from Fortune to CNN. He has served as contributing editor and columnist for Computerworld and InfoWorld.
Jack B. Rochester heads Joshua Tree Interactive, a leading provider of technology-related content and information management services for interactive media, including enterprise computing, ethics, e-learning, and e-commerce. He has written 300 articles and nine books on the impact of technology on business and society. His work has appeared in media ranging from Harvard Business Review to USA Today. He is on the faculty of the New England Institute of Art.
Gantz and Rochester co-authored the best seller The Naked Computer.
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Book Description FT Press, 2004. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Acknowledgments. Preface. 1. Are You a Digital Pirate? Intellectual Property and the Concept of Copy Rights. Sidebar: What Is "Fair Use"? Copying and Virtue: A Short History. I Sing the Copy Electric. Recording, from A to V. Is It Live or Is It Memorex? Copying and Convenience. The Empire Strikes Back. Even Better Than the Real Thing? Sidebar: The End-User License Agreement. Meanwhile, Back on the PC. The Digital Black Market. Are You a Digital Pirate? 2. Is It Copyright or the Right to Copy? The First Known Copy Pirate. The First Copyright. The Scottish Pirates. Copyright as Politics and Business. 100 Years of American Piracy. The Quintessential American Pirate. The Idea of Copyrighting Ideas. A Borrower Be: Understanding Fair Use. The Expanding Universe. Sidebar: The Music I. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0131463152
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