open content

Christine HaroldThis week's episode of Open Views is a talk from the Berkman Center for Internet and Society's Luncheon Series.

This talk is by Christine Harold, author of OurSpace: Resisting the Corporate Control of Culture, and currently an Assistant Professor in the department of Communications at the University of Washington.

Christine Harold's talk is entitled “Inventing Publics: Kairos and Intellectual Property Law”, and was presented at the Berkman Center Luncheon on November 9th. The talk explores the possibilities of the “open content” movement, specifically the licensing model offered by Creative Commons, as a productive alternative to other prevalent responses to the corporate hoarding of cultural resources.