Copyright Infringement

Mar 2013 |

Text: Keeping the Balance: Copyright, Plagiarism, and Creative Code in the Classroom | BRAD TOBER

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While the definitions of copyright infringement and plagiarism are distinct, their applications in practice often feature overlaps and intersections. Some cases of copyright infringement might also be cases of plagiarism, while other situations may be characterized as only one of the two definitions[1]. In academic settings, plagiarism often receives more attention, due to its focus on individual integrity; copyright infringement can be, and is, overlooked under claims of fair use.

Dec 2010 |

On Becoming A Hacker: A new political and cultural practice | CHRISTINA GRAMMATIKOPOULOU

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Hackers create the possibility of new things entering the world. Not always great things, or even good things, but new things. In art, in science, in philosophy and culture, in any process of knowledge where data can be gathered, where information can be extracted from it, and where in that information new possibilities for the world are produced, there are hackers hacking the new out of the old.

Dec 2010 |

Χάκερ: Μια νέα πολιτική και καλλιτεχνική πρακτική | ΧΡΙΣΤΙΝΑ ΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΙΚΟΠΟΥΛΟΥ

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