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Standard Pandebatt i Austin Texas med Motion Picture Association of America - 2006-03-18, 00:26

South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive Festival 2006 i Austin, Texas.

Paneldebatt "The Future of Darknets: Can Hollywood See the Light?" (13/3 -06)

Moderator: JD Lasica Exec Dir, Ourmedia

Kori Bernards VP Corp Comm, Motion Picture Association of America Inc

Heather Champ Community Mgr, Flickr

Mark Ishikawa BayTSP

Dave Toole CEO, Outhink

JD Lasica Exec Dir, Ourmedia

Ian Clarke Coord, Freenet Project Inc

the panel was hijacked the moment one panelist said, "Hello, my name is Kori Bernards, and I'm from the Motion Picture Association of America."

http://blogumentary.typepad.com/chuc...w_darknets.mov kort film (på 56 sek) med MPAA representanten


Hela paneldebatten ^ (om darknets, freenets, 'släcktanät', krypteradenät) vilket omstyrdes av en uppriven Austin publik/allmännhet till en upphovsrättsdebatt (52:09 minuter lång).

What followed was an hour-long firing squad as one audience member after another directed angry questions her way. The feeling of pent-up frustrations with the movie biz was palpable, especially as her claims of flexibility and excitement within the MPAA to find "creative new solutions" to the problems raised by the audience rang more and more hollow, the more times she repeated them.
After all, when we allow these industry groups to frame the debate about the internet and file trading as artists versus pirates, it's a false dichotomy. No one in that angry audience in Austin wants to dupe a movie to sell it on the street. That's piracy. We just want to put movies on our hard drives and iPods, share our mix CDs with each other (just like we used to do with tapes), and mash that funny video with that cool song to produce something new, something we'll give away for free.
Until we (users, industry groups, lawyers, and politicians) finally make a clear legal and procedural distinction between copying a work for noncommercial creation of new works (like mashups or backups) and wholesale piracy for profit (like duplicating a work for the purpose of resale), we're just going to keep shouting at each other in conference rooms and newspapers, and real innovation will never get made.
http://www.powazek.com/2006/03/000571.html 15/3 -06

So when the guys from skinnyCorp opened their komono in the Zero Advertising panel to share their four steps to success, I took notes and made my own translations. Here goes. 1. Allow your content to be created by its community. (My translation: Bottoms-up.) 2. Put your project in the hands of its community. (My translation: Listen and adapt.) 3. Let your community grow itself. (My translation: Zero advertising.) 4. Reward the community that makes your project possible. (My translation: Pay it forward.)
See a theme here? It's all about giving up control. Give the power to your community, trust them, listen to them, and believe in them. When someone in the audience asked, "but aren't you afaid everyone could get pissed off and leave?" Their answer was something like: If that happens, we probably deserved it.
http://www.powazek.com/2006/03/000572.html 15/3 -06

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