Public Innovation: Intellectual property in a digital age

Earlier this year I did a research internship at the Institute of Public Policy Research. I was working with the Digital Media and Society team, and although I was working on Digital TV stuff, Kay Withers, the research fellow was working on this report which has just been published. You can read it here

When I first heard about intellectual property, I wasn’t exactly fascinated, but when I got into it I realised that how we share knowledge and information is incredibly important, especially in the digital age. And it’s well stupid that at the moment copying your music to your ipod is illegal.

So it’s a good report. Check it out if you’re interested. Nice one Kay.

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