Professor Rebecca Giblin, Director of Melbourne Law School’s Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia, has spent 15 years thinking about how we can do a better job of supporting creative workers and promoting access to knowledge and culture. Join Rebecca in conversation with Clare Cunliffe as they speak about the ways in which increasing corporate concentration hurts artists, how Australia’s new national cultural policy might help, and other interventions we can make to help ensure creative workers (and the rest of us) share more fairly in the rewards of our work.
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Professor Rebecca Giblin is an ARC Future Fellow at Melbourne Law School, where she works at the intersection of law and culture. She is Director of the Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia (IPRIA) and leads the ARC-funded Author’s Interest (authorsinterest.org) and eLending projects, as well as Untapped: the Australian Literary Heritage Project. Her new book Chokepoint Capitalism (with Cory Doctorow, 2022) explores how we can recapture creative labour markets from Big Tech and Big Content to get artists paid. She tweets via @rgibli.
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