Dw i ddim wedi cael siawns i’w brosesi eto, beth mae pobol yn meddwl?
Tagiwyd fel: eiddo deallusol Toglu Trafodaethau mewn Sylwadau | Bysellau Brys
Mae Luke Nicholas yn trafod. Toglu Sylwadau
Mae prosiect o’r enw Face Britain yn ecsploetio lluniau gan blant – ac wedi cymryd pob hawl eiddo deallusol.
Anhygoel. Maen nhw wedi casglu 70,000 llun gwahanol hyd yn hyn. Y bwriad ydy llun mosaig enfawr o Elizabeth Windsor… Darllena’r erthygl.
Could it be true that laws designed more than three centuries ago with
the express purpose of creating economic incentives for innovation by protecting creators’ rights are
today obstructing innovation and economic growth?
The short answer is: yes. We have found that the UK’s intellectual property framework, especially with
regard to copyright, is falling behind what is needed. Copyright, once the exclusive concern of authors
and their publishers, is today preventing medical researchers studying data and text in pursuit of new
treatments. Copying has become basic to numerous industrial processes, as well as to a burgeoning
service economy based upon the internet. The UK cannot afford to let a legal framework designed
around artists impede vigorous participation in these emerging business sectors.
Cyhoeddiwyd heddiw http://www.ipo.gov.uk/ipreview-finalreport.pdf
Unrhyw meddyliau am ein cyd-destun?
Popeth yn dda, mae hawlfraint wedi torri (sa’ i’n siwr iawn am y system yn USA chwaith!). Dw i’n croesawi yr ymchwil a sylwadau Jim Killock.
Be mae hwn yn golygu?
Speaking at an event in the East End of London, at which he announced a series of investments by IT giants including Facebook and Google, Mr Cameron said the founders of Google had told the government they could not have started their company in Britain.
He said: “The service they provide depends on taking a snapshot of all the content on the internet at any one time and they feel our copyright system is not as friendly to this sort of innovation as it is in the United States.
Gyda llaw, meddyliau am y term eiddo deallusol
YCHWANEGOL 13/11/2010: Mwy gan Glyn Moody