Private ordering and the origins of the digital user

Event date
27 November 2018
Event time
12:00 - 13:30
Oxford week
St Cross Building - Seminar Room D
Amy Thomas, PhD Candidate, University of Glasgow

Who or what is a “user”? Users are largely absent from black letter copyright law, in stark contrast to our well developed theories and explanations of the author. In trying to understand the origins and definitions of users, we can turn to another text - namely, private ordering mechanisms, such as end user licensing agreements. As such, this presentation suggests a post-structuralist approach to defining the user as a by-product of private law.

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Intellectual Property Law Discussion Group (IPDG)
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