Repensando los bienes intelectuales comunes: Análisis socio-técnico sobre el proceso de co-construcción entre las regulaciones de derecho de autor y derecho de copia y las tecnologías digitales para su gestión.

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‘Rethinking intellectual commons’ analyzes, from a socio-technical view, the legal-political tensions that arise between the appropriation and release of intellectual goods and works in the digital age. This thesis describes the processes of co-construction between regulations on authorial and copy rights and digital technologies oriented to manage these rights. For this purpose, three cases which evince the conflict between the appropiation and the release of intellectual goods, and show the processes of co-construction, are analyzed. The first case of analysis is an anti-copying artifact designed by the trading corporation Sony-BMG Music Entertainment. The second one is the open licensing system of selective reservation of authorial and copy rights of Creative Commons Corporation. The third one is the management system of intellectual works in the virtual world called Second Life. The new regulative forms linked to the design of technologies define the political, cultural, social and economical future of our societies. This thesis aims at encouraging and strengthening these legal-political and technological discussions on the regional and global scale.
'Repensando los bienes intelectuales comunes' analiza, desde un enfoque sociotécnico, las tensiones jurídicopolíticas que se presentan entre la apropiación y la liberación de los bienes y obras intelectuales en la era digital. En la tesis se describen los procesos de coconstrucción entre las regulaciones de derecho de autor y derecho de copia y las tecnologías digitales orientadas a la gestión de estos derechos. Para ello, se analizan tres casos que evidencian las tensiones entre la apropiación y la liberación de bienes intelectuales y muestran estos procesos de coconstrucción.
223 p.
Publishing and legal issues., Electronic Media., Intellectual property: author's rights, ownership, copyright, copyleft., Non-print materials., Print materials., Information sources, supports, channels., Information technology and library technology.