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Autolabs, Sao Paulo (2004)
World Information Special City Edition Tunis 2005
Ricardo Rosas | Tatiana Wells (14.11.2005)
Sao Paulo is a place where social inequalities are extreme. It is a global city full of abundance and hunger, of advanced universities and problems with access to basic education, with sprawling villas and lots of homeless and landless people.
The Camera is There, but Where is the Screen? Or, Why Indian Alternative Film Needs Alternative Models to 'Market'
World Information Special City Edition Tunis 2005
Frederick Noronha (14.11.2005)
new models of distribution are necessary.
Haussmann in the Tropics
World Information Special City Edition Tunis 2005
Mike Davis (14.11.2005)
Polarized patterns of landuse and population density recapitulate older logics of imperial control and racial dominance. Throughout the Third World, post-colonial elites have inherited and greedily reproduced the physical footprints of segregated colonial cities.
Disembedding from Psycho-Urban Containment
World Information Special City Edition Tunis 2005
Ewen Chardronnet (14.11.2005)
With the explosion of electronics, realising the science-fiction of yesterday, we are now in scenarios of the virtual city, the online city, the city of bits, the cybertown and other metaphors of disembodiment.
Cities of Planning and Cities of Non-Planning: A Geography of Intellectual Property
World Information Special City Edition Tunis 2005
Peter Drahos (14.11.2005)
Where is intellectual property policy made? Governments make intellectual property law, but where does the policy thinking that lies behind the law come from?
Trips into the Uncertain
World Information Special City Edition Tunis 2005
Corinna Heineke (14.11.2005)
The call for a Development Agenda within the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) is one of the latest efforts of countries of the global South to curb the sweeping advance of intellectual property rights into all fields of knowledge production.
Options to Traditional Patents
World Information Special City Edition Tunis 2005
James Love (14.11.2005)
The recent changes in Indian patent law are a cause to reflect. Will India embrace the most closed and proprietary models for controlling access to knowledge, or will it find a way to reconcile its obligations under the World Trade Organisation (WTO) with the need to protect human rights?
The Black and White (and Grey) of Copyright
World Information Special City Edition Tunis 2005
Lawrence Liang (14.11.2005)
In a broad historical and cultural view, copyright is a recent and by no means universal concept.
Ip And The City - Restricted Lifescapes And The Wealth Of The Commons
World Information Special City Edition Tunis 2005
Konrad Becker | Felix Stalder (14.11.2005)
Editorial of the World Information Special City Edition Tunis 2005.
"It is now that from deep societal transformations the new informational lifescapes start to emerge."
Analogue to Digital: Re-Living Big Business's Nightmare in New Hydras
World Information Special City Edition Tunis 2005
Solomon Benjamin (11.11.2005)
Either poverty must lose the fear of property, or property in fear of poverty will destroy democracy.
Fragmented Urban Topographies and Their Underlying Interconnections
World Information Special City Edition Tunis 2005
Saskia Sassen (11.11.2005)
One step towards understanding what constitutes the complexity of large cities is the analysis of interconnections among urban forms and fragments that present themselves as unconnected.
Brazil's Canto Livre Project: The Emergence of Society's Creativity
World Information Special City Edition Tunis 2005
Ronaldo Lemos (11.11.2005)
Brazil has been playing a very important role in the international sphere regarding the discussion of alternative uses for the Intellectual Property system.
Schools & the 'African Digital Information Commons'
World Information Special City Edition Tunis 2005
Chris Armstrong (11.11.2005)
The prospects for a meaningful African participation in the “digital information commons” are decidedly mixed.
Open Access to Science in the Developing World
World Information Special City Edition Tunis 2005
Peter Suber | Subbiah Arunachalam (11.11.2005)
Since the birth of the scientific journal in 1665 scientists have been publishing journal articles without payment.
'Don't Copy that Floppy!': The Propaganda of Digital Protectionism
World Information Special City Edition Tunis 2005
Jamie King (11.11.2005)
Intellectual Property (IP) has gone from being a 'dry' topic to a 'hot' one (or should that be 'wet'?) these last few years. One reason for this is the unholy conjunction of the network form and the digital file format.
Myths about Copyright
Non Stop Future, World-Information City Bangalore, World-Information.Org
Lawrence Liang (2005)
The task of this paper has been to examine the various myths that sustain copyright. This is just the beginning of the process of questioning the assumptions on which copyright is based. If we are to seriously engage with the totalising logic of copyright, two tasks lie ahead. Firstly, we will need to continue to chip away at the foundational logic of copyright, exposing the shaky grounds on which it makes its universal claims. Secondly, we need to actively examine alternative models through which we can understand the production and dissemination of knowledge and culture.
Pirates, Priests and Property
Sunil Abraham (01.08.2005)
Sunil Abraham, founder of the World-Information City partner institution Mahiti, in an interview on the politics of IP, traditional barriers to knowledge, and pirate subcultures.
Grey Markets, Decentral Media
Ravi Sundaram (24.05.2005)
Ravi Sundaram on media cultures in India's post-colonial cities.
Urban Futures: Global Bangalores
World-Information.Org (01.04.2005)
The Indian IT City Bangalore is becoming a showcase of economic globalization. But the post-Silicon Valley urban model is overshadowed by social fragmentation.
Intellectual-Property Rights and Wrongs
World Information Special City Edition Tunis 2005
Joseph Stiglitz (2005)
Last October, the General Assembly of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) decided to consider what a development-oriented intellectual property regime might look like.
Surveying Global Information Cities
Solomon Benjamin (18.02.2005)
Urbanist Solly Benjamin on economics, land-use policies, and social conflict in India's IT capital Bangalore
Tough choices?
Wolfgang Sützl (11.02.2005)
The World Economic Forum at Davos brimmed over with moral rethoric and with calls for solidarity. Meanwhile, the implementation of TRIPS in India could bar millions from access to medication.
IP Battles in India
World-Information.Org (10.01.2005)
Conflicts around Indian Intellectual Property policies abound as the country adjusts to WTO / TRIPS requirements. With its Indian partners, World-Information.Org is preparing a program at Bangalore.
Public Domain in India
Lawrence Liang (12.12.2004)
An interview with Lawrence Liang. He is a researcher at the Alternative Law Forum, Bangalore, one of World-Information.Org's partners for the 2005 India program.
Freedom, Terror and Semiotic Democracy
World-Information.Org (18.06.2004)
Founding Member of Critical Art Ensemble and World-Information.Org Consultant Faces Terrorism Charges
Free Bitflows: Editorial
Non Stop Future, Free Bitflows
Konrad Becker | Felix Stalder (June 2004)
In 2004 a digital culture event was held in Vienna to examine the theories and practices for making new cultures of access viable: "how can we organize access to cultural works to match the new freedom of production?"
Reboot Your Radio!
Non Stop Future, Free Bitflows
Pit Schultz (02.06.2004)
Notes on the polymorphous architecture of a free cultural radio: Radio as Frontend, internet as Backend. Open Radio License. Free Cultural Radio. Exstream Programming.
Open Letter to Michael Häupl, Mayor of Vienna, and the Vienna City Government - Wide Support for Public Netbase
Non Stop Future
More than other institutions, Public Netbase has been severely affected by the political changes of recent years.
The Nature of Art… Public Netbase's Hidden Manoeuvres
Non Stop Future
Martin Wassermair (2004)
The Vienna media-culture institute Public Netbase provided its own answer in the form of interventions and unexpected public appearances. The price was high.
On the S77CCR-Consortium
Non Stop Future, S-77CCR System
Marko Peljhan (May 2004)
The S-77CCR Unit was on display for an interested public from May 14 to May 27 2004 on Karlsplatz, Vienna
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