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Title:
Security preferences
Security preferences
Slug:
Midas/Security_preferences
Midas/Security_preferences
Tags:
"editor", "Security", "Gecko", "Midas"
"editor", "Security", "Gecko", "Midas"
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9      "Steve Westbrook (2006) argued that copyright law is shapin
 >g practice whether we acknowledge it or<br>
10      <span class="GINGER_SOFATWARE_mark" ginger_sofatware_uiphra
 >seguid="020f67fd-fcb2-43fc-afc9-22397bdde844" id="86a58695-5dbf-4
 >53f-832e-376cd000ad51">not</span>. In his research, he used a cas
 >e study involving a student whose multimedia piece was unable<br>
11      <span class="GINGER_SOFATWARE_mark" ginger_sofatware_uiphra
 >seguid="5ef1046c-56a6-4bdb-b1a2-6737a07529bd" id="17823f54-128f-4
 >861-805f-18e80ce53ce3">to</span> be published since the requisite
 > permissions were denied by the copyright holder. Pointing<br>
12      <span class="GINGER_SOFATWARE_mark" ginger_sofatware_uiphra
 >seguid="8e116e39-c3a1-466a-ae44-24ec78d5a1df" id="e260b537-2575-4
 >b97-8422-28ae190683b3">to</span> the missing student piece in his
 > College English article, Westbrook wrote, 'the problem of<br>
13      <span class="GINGER_SOFATWARE_mark" ginger_sofatware_uiphra
 >seguid="76bc3a12-fe1e-445b-b2ac-911699e93119" id="00c81ca1-00b3-4
 >3d8-b6ba-ea1cbd7e28ad">copyright</span> affects us and our writin
 >g students personally <span class="GINGER_SOFATWARE_mark" ginger_
 >sofatware_uiphraseguid="76bc3a12-fe1e-445b-b2ac-911699e93119" id=
 >"e7a090d0-f159-4fe6-a85f-9e3620ee23aa">on</span> the level of dai
 >ly practice and, to<br>
14      <span class="GINGER_SOFATWARE_mark" ginger_sofatware_uiphra
 >seguid="baa6cdba-fe29-4df3-9554-18db9e8b8301" id="c02db145-23cc-4
 >1ca-ae41-b03f4eabae77">some</span> degree, underwrites the fundam
 >ental norms of our enterprise. ...In brief, copyright law<br>
15      <span class="GINGER_SOFATWARE_mark" ginger_sofatware_uiphra
 >seguid="af0b8942-c329-4e8b-abf1-d53800752d5f" id="168e9d3b-7f02-4
 >36c-9285-b7e09ca38b36">is</span> our problem because it has the p
 >ower to silence our students and us' (pp. 477–478). One<br>
16      pilot study found students’ knowledge, or lack thereof, alo
 >ng with their certainty/uncertainty<br>
17      of copyright/fair use shaped their new media composing choi
 >ces in the networked classroom<br>
18      (Rife &amp; Hart-Davidson, 2006). A larger study found that
 > artists and scholars are circumscribed<br>
19      in their composing choices because of lack of knowledge abo
 >ut fair use combined with fear of<br>
20      legal repercussions (Heins &amp; Beckles, 2005)."

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