What
motivates some to share all their work for free and some quote for economical compensation
for every bit.

To live for
or of, motivated on the value of honour or paycheque.

RSA Animate – Drive: The surprising
truth about what motivates us:

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Even as we
can see the inventers and artists are motivated for their work by their ability
to work with it. We shall not expect them to share their work for free. But
they are very proud if they are allowed to live from the income of their
creative work. The main motivation never the less, is the satisfaction of
making whatever they feel too. And even better is if someone appreciate it and
give honour for it.

My father’s
exhibition
on www is there because my father wanted to share his work with
people, not to store it a way in a rarely visited private gallery.

I have
grown up with a father who were one
artist, in painting and graphic art. He studied to that for 7 years, I think it is
natural to charge when ever somone want to use some of his production.

Ideas is always
property of the one that have thought them. But when you give your idea to someone
else, they automatically translate the idea to fit to their own set of concepts
and associations. Who is the owner of the idea then? And where did the idea
come from in the first place? We have to think of what comes out of one idea,
who does the make out of one idea. The make out is the intellectual work, the one
that did the make out have the rights to claim any user a fee.

When
intellectual work are published on www, we are eager to make use of it, but are
we willing to pay a contribution for it. Who is to decide the rate of the contribution.
And how should the payment be arranged

Eric Schmidt, CEO of
Google discusses Intellectual Property on question from Jim Hope Washington
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Eric Schmidt
points out that I-tunes have made a system of contribution for downloading of
music, at a rate that costumers are willing to pay for.

Spotify offers streaming music for free, but
with commercial ads. Spotify also offers downloading on demand of mp3 music files
by paying with credit card. Here is a link to spotify story
. WiMP is a
Scandinavian download service for downloading music, dedicated to Canal digital customers.
There have grown a huge range of streaming music providers just make search
and you will see. And he
envisions that there will be similar tools to Spotify for other intellectual work than
music.

When it comes
to judicial issues on intellectual property it waries around the world. In the
challenge of change in ICT compared with the process in making or changing a
law. The democratic process concerning a law looses.

DIY Media, a lecture from USCCA: The Intellectual Property Dilemma ( 1:52 min!! long but very good!)

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The video discuss manny facets of rights to intellectual work, but main focus is on visual work . YouTube
substances is “what some call: User generated content “ It is 2,0 web! YouTube
only provide the structure, and therefore have no responsibility for the User
content. We are the users, and by uploading we take the responsibility for any
third parts interest in the uploaded material. But if we are the offended part
there are tools in YouTube to complain. Anny complain will be forwarded, to the
user who have responsibility for publishing the offensive material. This user will
then be free to chose either to take the media down or to face a law suit. If both
parts are resourceful they may run the law suit. But if the publisher is a “consumer
user” who have put together some creative remix art. They will probably not get
sued, because their publishing is categorized as “fair use”, and there would neither
be any fortune to sue after.

Links:

Professor Chris Sprigman on Intellectual Property Law

USCCA

Spotify

WiMP

the next billion
internet users II

RSA Animate Drive 2 (Transcript)