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V for Vendetta
The History and Future of Copyright Under the Influence of Google879
Google Rules traces the rise of Google through its legal, commercial and political negotiations over copyright. Today, Google reigns over an order that features empowered private companies and rapidly changing conditions. The book explores Google's accumulation of power over the past two decades and the implications for the public interest.
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Joanne E. Gray is a Lecturer in the Creative Industries Faculty and a member of the Digital Media Research Centre at the Queensland University of Technology. Her research focuses on issues impacting the governance of technology, innovation, culture and creativity in the digital environment. Dr Gray has also worked in the Australian music industry for over a decade. Since establishing her own company in 2010, she has been working as an artist manager, progressing the careers of Australian recording and performing artists in Australia and internationally. She holds a Ph.D., a Master of International Law and a Bachelor of Commerce with First Class Honours (Political Economy).
Preface Acknowledgements CHAPTER 1 A Brief History of Digital Copyright and Google: Politics, Ideologies and Agendas CHAPTER 2 The Value and Function of Copyright: Why the Copyright Debate Matters to us All CHAPTER 3 'Innovate First, Permission Later': Google's Copyright Policy Agenda CHAPTER 4 Google vs. The Copyright Tradition: Litigating 'Innovate First, Permission Later' CHAPTER 5 The Problems of Google News in Europe CHAPTER 6 Google's Private Copyright Rule-Making and Algorithmic Enforcement CHAPTER 7 From Access to Monopoly: The Results and Complexities of Google's Copyright Logic CHAPTER 8 Conclusion: Achieving Public Interest Outcomes in a Digital Environment Dominated by Monopolistic Technology Firms