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Digital IP Drama (Piracy, Privacy & the Digital Content Economy) - 2009 IET, BCS & ACM Joint Lecture

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Refreshments, 6.30pm, Lecture 7pm. Parking is available on site.

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Recent and ongoing events, such as the Pirate Bay trial in Sweden, are indicative of the relentless drama surrounding a rapidly evolving and global digital content economy. These and other similar headlines simply chronicle the tussle between rival stakeholder groups, as they jockey for pole position in the race towards a digital future. Whichever side of the fence you are on there is no doubt that content control mechanisms like Digital Rights Management are an emotive topic that has had an impact on society.

Join Jude Umeh to discuss the developments and issues surrounding digital content, including a look at the perspectives of major stakeholders, and what the content economy of tomorrow could look like.

This talk is part of the IET Cambridge Network - Lectures series.

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