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Pirates are competitors

Out-law radio have an interview with Dr David Price of piracy intelligence firm Envisional. He talks about the user experience of P2P networks often being better than the paid-for version, how some companies have adopted P2P for distribution and who content owners should prosecute. Read here and download or subscribe through iTunes. Out-law radio and […]

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Coventry University Events

Coventry Conversations A series of 12 lectures by visiting speakers from the contemporary media world. Foreign correspondent, sports writer, drama writer, editor, investigative journalist, games developer, screen writer, film director … leading figures share their experience. Starting on 25th September talks take place on Thursday lunchtimes. Talks are free and open to the public. Read […]

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The Pirate’s Dilemma

Matt Mason The Pirate’s Dilemma: How hackers, punk capitalists and graffiti millionaires are remixing our culture and changing our world. Talk at the Royal Society of Arts. Wide-ranging introduction to the view that piracy may have benefits for society and promote innovation. History of pirate radio, Hollywood’s early history of patent evasion, NIke, brands. Video: […]

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