1. THE PIRATE CINEMA - LIVE PERFORMANCE @ TRANSMEDIALE 2015

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    (Raw 10 minutes edit of the live version. (total 45 min)) * THE PIRATE CINEMA IS A COMPOSITION GENERATED BY THE ACTIVITY ON FILE SHARING NETWORKS. - The hidden activity and geography of real-time peer-to-peer file sharing via BitTorrent is revealed in The Pirate Cinema, a live performance by Nicolas Maigret and Brendan Howell. In their monitoring room, omnipresent telecommunications surveillance gains a global face, as the artists plunder the core of restless activity online, revealing how visual media is consumed and disseminated across the globe. Each act of this live work produces an arbitrary mash-up of the BitTorrent files being exchanged, in real time, in a specific media category, including music, audio books, movies, porn, documentaries, video games and more. These fragmentary contents in transit are browsed by the artist, transforming BitTorrent network users (unknown to them) into contributors to an endless audio-visual composition. thepiratecinema.com/performance/

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    • GoodC_TV

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      2014, campaign copyright, creacon

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      • The Poor Man's Copyright

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        If you don't want to pay the fees for registering your copyright you can use the poor man's copyright trick. I explain it in this video and give a real life example of when this was put to use and won a court case.

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        • 4.th video

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          This is the fourth and for the time being final video in my miniseries. No presentation of me. But I know you will survive. Feel free to contact me celeste@grandipr.dk

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          • Highlights SAA White Paper launch 23rd March 2015

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            See the highlights of the launch of SAA's white paper on audiovisual authors' rights and remeuneration in Europe. Exracts from speeches by Roger Michell (Notting Hill, Le Week-end), Bertrand Tavernier (Quai D'Orsay, Round Midnight) and Jochen Greve (Tatort), as well as the panel discussion featuring screenwriter Robert Alberdingk Thijm (A'dam E.V.A.), Janine Lorente (Chair of the SAA board), Séverine Dusollier (Professor at Science Po Paris and the University of Namur and co-author of a report on authors' remuneration), Maria Martin Prat (Head of the copyright unit at the European Commission, and Virginie Rozière MEP.

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            • SAA White Paper launch interviews (2)

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              Hear directors Roger Michell and Bertrand Tavernier, screenwriter Robert Alberdingk Thijm, Professor Séverine Dusollier and Virginie Rozière MEP talk about the important of authors' rights in Europe.

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              • SAA White Paper launch interviews (1)

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                Hear Roger Michell, Bertrand Tavernier and Robert Alberdingk Thijm talk about what thier authors' rights mean to them and why the SAA white paper is important.

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                • Protecting Creative Rights in the Age of Social Media

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                  On March 17, 2015, the Center for Media Law and Policy joined with the UNC Office of Communications and Public Affairs to host a panel discussion moderated by Deborah Gerhardt, assistant professor at the UNC School of Law and an expert on copyright, trademark and plagiarism. The panel explored the rights of creative professionals working in the visual arts and discussed why it is important to protect those rights and how to use copyright and trademark law to do so. The panelists included: Justin Cook, Carolina alumnus and professional photographer based in Durham, and Mickey Osterreicher, general counsel for the National Press Photographers Association

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                  • Intellectual Property Its a Mirage

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                    This video will thrill and delight specialized attorneys and embarrass the pants off of the guru's who don't understand what I share with you on this video. If you get advice on Intellectual Property you better know what I share on this video.

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                    • SAA White Paper launch - speech by Jochen Greve

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                      Jochen Greve shared his experience and views on what authors' rights mean to him as a screenwriter and director. The speech was given on the occasion of the launch of SAA's White Paper on audiovisual authors' rights and remnuneration in Europe which can be found at saa-authors.eu

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