Season 1, Episode 9. Biopolitics and Intellectual Property: Gordon Hull – Philosophy

We will go beyond what the intellectual property laws establish by navigating in the book “The Biopolitics of Intellectual Property: Regulation Innovation and Personhood in the Information Age” with his author Gordon Hull the Director of the Center for Professional and Applied Ethics, Prof. Philosophy and Public Policy, and Affiliate Faculty, School of Data Science at UNC Charlotte. 


Who Invented Oscar Wilde? Copyright and Photography – David Newhoff Intangiblia™

On the last episode of our second season, we have the joyful pleasure of interviewing David Newhoff to talk about his book "Who Invented Oscar Wilde?: The Photograph at the Center of Modern American Copyright". 
  1. Who Invented Oscar Wilde? Copyright and Photography – David Newhoff
  2. "Implied Licences in Copyright Law" – Poorna Mysoor
  3. Freelancing with value – Chris Brown
  4. Link to the soil: Dr. Andrea Zappalaglio – EU Geographical Indications
  5. Unique identifiers: Rodolfo C. Rivas – Trademarks and Internet Domain Names

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