Or: Do Androids Dream of Pitch Shifted Music?
We talk about the algorithmic enforcement of copyright, how it works and why we have it. We talk to Parker Higgins, and speculate about a future beset by copyright robots.
— SOURCES —
- Notice and Takedown in Everyday Practice, Urban et al – http://bit.ly/2EHioGH
- The Limits of Filtering, Engstrom et al – http://bit.ly/2EHjbYb
- Automated Copyright Enforcement Systems: Perils, Pitfalls and Possibilities, Hageman – http://bit.ly/2ELNKvX
- Man’s YouTube Video of White Noise Hit With Five Copyright Claims – http://bit.ly/2EK36ku
- Factoids: What is the oldest work protected by copyright in the U.S.? What work will have the longest protection? – http://bit.ly/2ELOam1
- Filtering Circumvention of Anime on YT: http://bit.ly/2EIKAsO
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This episode contained the following music:
- Golden Eye by Daniel Birch & Ben Pegley – http://bit.ly/2EIZb7t
- It Looks Like The Future, But It Feels Like The Past by Doctor Turtle – http://bit.ly/2EHheLu
Reasonably Sound’s theme and act break music are by Will Stratton, and its visual design by Tida Tep.