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A reader on international media piracy
A reader on international media piracy

A reader on international media piracy

pirate Essays

Hardback / gebonden | Engels
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Piracy is among the most prevalent and vexing issues of the digital age. In just the past decade, it has altered the music industry beyond recognition, changed the way people watch television, and made a dent in the buisness of the film and software industries. From MP3 files to recipes from French celebrity chefs to the jokes of American stand-up comedians, piracy is ubiquitous. And now piracy can even be an arbiter of taste, as seen in the decision by Netflix Netherlands to license heavily pirated shows.

In this unflinching analysis of piracy on the Internet and in the markets of the Global South, Tilman Baumgärtel brings together a collection of essays examining the economic, political, and cultural consequences of piracy. The contributors explore a wide array of topics, which include materiality and piracy in Rio de Janeiro; informal media distribution and the film experience in Hanoi, Vietnam; the infrastructure of piracy in Nigeria; the political economy of copy protection; and much more. Offering a theoretical background for future studies of piracy, A Reader in International Media Piracy is an important collection on the burning issue of the Internet Age.

Specificaties
  • Uitgever
    Amsterdam University Press
  • Druk
    1
  • Verschenen
    jul. 2015
  • Bladzijden
    264
  • Genre
    Performing arts
  • Afmetingen
    241 x 163 x 18 mm
  • Gewicht
    518 gram
  • EAN
    9789089648686
  • Bindwijze
    Hardback / gebonden
  • Taal
    Engels

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