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New York University

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Build your expertise in legal frameworks and ethical issues surrounding design and digital media

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Type: Online

This course includes

  • 14 Weeks
  • Instructor-led on a course schedule
  • Add a Verified Certificate for $249
  • 8–10 hours per week

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Media Law

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New York University

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English

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Overview

Build your expertise in legal frameworks and ethical issues surrounding design and digital media

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free

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Type: Online

This course includes

  • 14 Weeks
  • Instructor-led on a course schedule
  • Add a Verified Certificate for $249
  • 8–10 hours per week

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Media Law

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New York University

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Start Date: June 22nd 2020

Course Description

Knowledge of media law is crucial for creative and design professionals. This course explores a comprehensive range of topics and models, such as privacy and art, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, Open Source public license, Creative Commons, Digital Rights Management, as well as working definitions of Fair Use and the practical limits of sampling/mixing in different idioms and economic sectors.

What you'll learn

  • Legal and ethical frameworks in digital media.
  • U.S. law pertaining to the creation of video, film, apps, websites, games, digital objects and other forms of digital media.
  • U.S. Federal Court decisions as they have applied to controversial works of digital media.
  • The difference between ownership, sharing, borrowing, etc. and the relevant concepts of Intellectual Property as they apply to various creative practices.
  • New advances in U.S. law and their effects on the future creation of digital media.

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About the Instructor

Beth Rosenberg,Erik Dykema,New York University

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