Copy culture in the US & Germany by Joe Karaganis, Lennart Renkema

By Joe Karaganis, Lennart Renkema

"Copy tradition within the US and Germany" publishes a survey-based examine designed to deliver public opinion to endure on important coverage dialog in regards to the way forward for the net. The learn explores what americans and Germans do with electronic media, what they wish to do, and the way they reconcile their attitudes and values with diverse rules and recommendations to implement copyright on-line.

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Higher-income Germans also offer the strongest support for privacy and the role of courts in adjudicating infringement charges. US respondents show less differentiation on private-sector blocking but similar distributions on the other issues. High earners provide the strongest support for due process, privacy, and speech rights and the lowest support for government involvement. With allowances for some noisy data, low earners in the US show moderately more support for strong online enforcement in general.

Views on blocking and filtering are relatively consistent across center- and left-identified respondents, with differences generally falling within or near the margin of error. Conservative support for such measures runs higher, typically by around 10%. This is clearest in regard to the “safe harbor” questions about ISP and search engine responsibilities: strong safe harbor positions have become part of the platforms of the Center and Left parties. In contrast, there is no significant divergence between Left, Center, and Right on private-company screening of user activity.

The views of older groups, in contrast, are relatively stable, independent of participation in digital media culture. This stability likely reflects the persistence of an older set of norms grounded in practices of sharing through face-to-face relationships—via books, discs, and tapes—but not through online networks. GERMAN RESULTS Results among German digital media owners are broadly similar. An expansive view of what is reasonable correlates strongly with youth—especially on the issue of sharing with friends.

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