I’m still trying to figure out what to do (well, in detail) in my English 516 course for the winter 2008 term, and while there is already too much stuff in the class, I have been thinking about adding a unit on issues having to do with technology and copyright. This post on the always useful DigitalKoans has a link to a current post about an article called “Infringement Nation: Copyright Reform and the Law/Norm Gap;” but conveniently, it also has links to previous DigitalKoans articles on the same topic. Maybe I’ll just include a link to this blog post and tell my students to read it.
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