Culture, Copyright, Technology, and Power

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The Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University has released a video in which Larisa Mann talks about "decolonizing copyright." This is the description:

Jamaican music-making practices present an interesting case study in the relationship between culture, copyright law, technology and power. In this talk Larisa Mann -- a DJ, journalist, and student of Berkeley Law School's Jurisprudence and Social Policy Program -- shows how the street dance, the explosively creative heart of Jamaican musical practice, suggests several ways that technology can help or hinder people currently excluded from formal systems of power.

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