Exam questions could be multiple choice, short answer, or essay Black Box- the way we over simplify the innerworkings of a thing Black boxing- the simplifying process
Romantic author- the idea of an author having an idea and making it happen, no help or in between.
Traditional knowledge- practices that have been passed down and modified over time
Public domain- things that aren’t copywritten that anyone can use and/or build upon.
Copyright- ideas you can own. Written tWe also discuss several other topics like What is denoted by a limited government?
hings, ideas, generally not physical things Patent- rights to your invention
First sale- an individual can buy a copy of a copyrighted work and resell it.
Fair use- law that provides people with the ability to freely use some parts of copyrighted works for free and to distribute them.
Patent Troll/NPE- a lawyer that buys patents, and then sues people who patent things that infringe upon their patent.
Also, be able to answer questions like:
How do we open up a black box?
How do copyright laws and the idea of a romantic author affect creative works /innovation? Don't forget about the age old question of Is the state the central action in ir?
How do take downs work on sites like Google and YouTube?
Innovation focused lens? Positives and negatives? Don't forget about the age old question of What is the meaning of gray matter in the brain?
We also discuss several other topics like What is the meaning of skills in sociology?
We also discuss several other topics like What is the most objective methods known for acquiring knowledge?
Don't forget about the age old question of What is “international politics”?
Statements that challenge Bell’s sole authorship(of telephone)? Changes to copyright law through recent history?