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Cover page of The 2018 Intellectual Property Annual

The 2018 Intellectual Property Annual

(2019)

Introduction to the 2018 Annual Clancy Ratliff, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

'Blockbuster Sermons' and Authorship Issues in Evangelicalism TJ Greiger, Baylor University

Plagiarizing a Pushcart Prize Lanette Cadle, Missouri State University

Sue for Mario Bros.: Nintendo vs Emulation Kyle D. Stedman, Rockford University

Cockygate: Trademark Trolling, Romance Novels, and Intellectual Property Devon Fitzgerald Ralston, Winthrop University

A (Zombie) Legislative Proposal with Implications for Fair Use and Remix Culture Kim Gainer, Radford University

Cover page of The 2017 Intellectual Property Annual

The 2017 Intellectual Property Annual

(2018)

Introduction to the 2017 Annual  Clancy Ratliff, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Net Neutrality Repeal Creates Dark Cloud over Student and Research Intenet Access and Equity  Wendy Warren Austin, Lakeland Community College

Going Bananas Over Copyright: Monkey Selfies and the Intersections of Rhetoric, Intellectual Property, and Animal Studies  Amy Propen, University of California, Santa Barbara

Twenty Years of Turnitin: In an Age of Big Data, Even Bigger Questions Remain  Traci Arnett Zimmerman, James Madison University

Cover page of The 2016 CCCC Intellectual Property Annual: Top Intellectual Property Developments of 2016

The 2016 CCCC Intellectual Property Annual: Top Intellectual Property Developments of 2016

(2017)

Introduction to the 2016 Annual Clancy Ratliff, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Plagiarism in the Age of Trump  Camryn Washington, Joseph Myrick III, and Steven Engel--Marygrove College

Corruption, Higher Ed, and Russians (Oh My!)  Craig A. Meyer, Texas A & M University-Kingsville

What's in a Meme?  Cristina Hanganu-Bresch, University of the Sciences (Philadelphia)

Snaps Without Props: Snapchat's Blatant (Mis)Appropriation of Makeup Artistry  Devon Fitzgerald Ralston, Winthrop University

Fair Use and Feminist Critique: That'swhatshesaid's (Copyright) Commentary Chris Gerben, St. Edward's University/NYU

A Case of Cruciverbal Coincidence, Carelessness, or the Great #Gridgate Scandal?  Wendy Warren Austin, Southern New Hampshire University

Cultural Property versus Intellectual Property: The Cultural Appropriation Debate  Kim Gainer, Radford University

Shades of Things To Come? Apple Patents Technology To Remotely Disable iPhone Cameras Traci Zimmerman, James Madison University

Cover page of The CCCC-IP Annual: Top Intellectual Property Developments of 2015

The CCCC-IP Annual: Top Intellectual Property Developments of 2015

(2016)

Introduction to the 2015 Annual Clancy Ratliff, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Who's Failing Who? Six Questions To Consider Before Adopting the FI Grade  Kristi Murray Costello, Arkansas State University

Stamp of Authenticity: Using the Maya Angelou Forever Stamp To Explore Quotation and Authorship  Steven Engel, Marygrove College

Catfishing, Authorship, and Plagiarism in First-Year Writing  Kathrin Kottemann, South Louisiana Community Colllege

Cultural Commentary and Fair Use: Bob Englehart, the Southern Poverty Law Center, and Two Flags  Matthew Teutsch, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

A Prince, Some Girls, and the Terms: A Canary in the Cave?   Craig A. Meyer, Texas A&M University-Kingsville

Defeat Devices as Intellectual Property: A Retrospective Assessment from the DMCA Rulemaking  William Duffy, University of Memphis

How Does the Rise of the 'Kilo-Author' Affect the Field of Composition and Rhetoric?  Wendy Warren Austin, Southern New Hampshire University

All She Had To Do Was Stay: How Apple Music Got Taylor Swift and Avoided Bad Blood  Laurie Cubbison, Radford University

A Copyright Ruling Puts the "Happy" Back in Happy Birthday (and Brings an End to the Mortification of Restaurant Servers and Patrons)  Kim Dian Gainer, Radford University

Understanding Open Access: When, Why & How To Make Your Work Openly Accessible  Traci Zimmerman, James Madison University

Cover page of The CCCC-IP Annual: Top Intellectual Property Developments of 2014

The CCCC-IP Annual: Top Intellectual Property Developments of 2014

(2015)

Introduction to the 2014 CCCC-IP Annual  Clancy Ratliff, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Plagiarism and PTSD: The Case of Senator John Walsh's Plagiarized Paper  Steven Engel, Kerry Howell, Jacklene Johnson, and Jessica McGinnis -- Marygrove College

What We Can Learn from Two Plagiarism Accusations in 2014: Slavoj Žižek's and Nic Pizzolatto's Summer Scandals   Wendy Warren Austin, Southern New Hampshire University

3D Printing and Patent Theft: New Challenges to the Creative Commons  Chet Breaux, Florida International University

Keep On Keeping On: Georgia State Fair Use Case Faces a New Metric for Assessing Fair Use   Jeffrey R. Galin, Florida Atlantic University

Open Data, Environmental Conservation, and the Digital Humanities: Mapping the Mangroves   Amy D. Propen, University of California, Santa Barbara

Another Piece in the Open-Access Puzzle: The California Taxpayer Access to Publicly Funded Research Act (AB609)   Karen Lunsford, University of California, Santa Barbara

Will Taylor Swift and Spotify Ever Get Back Together?  Laurie Cubbison, Radford University

The Case of the Missing Copyright: Sherlock Holmes and the Acerbic Judge   Kim Dian Gainer, Radford University

How the Law Can Cost Composition Instructors a Lot of Money, and What You Can Do About It: The EFF's White Paper on Civil Penalties for Copyright Infringement   Mike Edwards, Washington State University

Review: The Internet's Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz (2014)  Traci A. Zimmerman, James Madison University

Cover page of The CCCC-IP Annual: Top Intellectual Property Developments of 2013

The CCCC-IP Annual: Top Intellectual Property Developments of 2013

(2014)

Introduction to the 2013 CCCC-IP Annual  Clancy Ratliff, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Publisher Elsevier Requires Scholars To Take Down Their Research   Mike Edwards, Washington State University

Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Last Ten Stories   Laurie Cubbison, Radford University

The Copyright Alert System: Implications of "Six Strikes" on Authorship   Chris Gerben, Stanford University

Watch List: The Trans-Pacific Partnership  Timothy Amidon, University of Rhode Island

GoldieBlox, Beastie Boys, and Online Copyright Discourse   Kyle Stedman, Rockford University

The Future of Copyright? A Look at the First Decade of Creative Commons  Traci Zimmerman, James Madison University

Fair Use and Digitization: Google Prevails in the Latest Court Ruling   Kim D. Gainer, Radford University

Cover page of The CCCC-IP Annual: Top Intellectual Property Developments of 2012

The CCCC-IP Annual: Top Intellectual Property Developments of 2012

(2013)

Introduction to the 2012 CCCC-IP Annual  Clancy Ratliff, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

MOOCs, "Courses," and the Question of Faculty and Student Copyrights  James E. Porter, Miami University

Mitt Romney, Friday Night Lights, and Politicizing Plagiarism  Katie Kottemann, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

A Big Win for Georgia State for Online Reserves  Jeffrey R. Galin, Florida Atlantic University

False Positives Reveal Problems with Copyright Enforcement Software  Laurie Cubbison, Radford University

The Harvard Cheating Scandal: The Language of Plagiarism and Collaboration in the Age of the Social Internet   Steven Engel (University of Michigan) and Chris Gerben (Stanford University)

Bowman v. Monsanto and the Rhetoric of Piracy in the GE Seed Debate  Juliette Lapeyrouse-Cherry, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

RIP, Aaron Swartz   Cory Doctorow, co-editor of Boing Boing

Cover page of The CCCC-IP Annual: Top Intellectual Property Developments of 2011

The CCCC-IP Annual: Top Intellectual Property Developments of 2011

(2012)

Introduction: Copyright and Intellectual Property in 2011  Clancy Ratliff, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

The Defeat of the Research Works Act and Its Implications  Mike Edwards, United States Military Academy at West Point

Open Access Initiatives    Annette Vee, University of Pittsburgh

One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: What Golan v. Holder Means for the Future of the Public Domain   Traci Zimmerman, James Madison University

"Sentence First--Verdict Afterwards": The Protect IP and the Stop Online Piracy Acts   Kim D. Gainer, Radford University

A Dark Day on the Internet Leads to a Sea Change in Copyright Policy   Laurie Cubbison, Radford University

Occupy Trademark: Branding a Political Movement   Timothy R. Amidon, University of Rhode Island

Cover page of The CCCC-IP Annual: Top Intellectual Property Developments of 2010

The CCCC-IP Annual: Top Intellectual Property Developments of 2010

(2011)

Introduction: Copyright and Intellectual Property in 2010  Clancy Ratliff, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

What Gets Lost in Found Poetry? Saltwater Empire and Hurricane Katrina Survivors' Oral Histories   Devon Fitzgerald, Millikin University

Online Course Reserves on Trial: What To Expect from the Georgia State Case  Jeffrey R. Galin, Florida Atlantic University

Directions on the Road to Copyright Reform? An Overview of The Copyright Principles Project Report   Traci A. Zimmerman, James Madison University

Free and Open Textbooks in Rhetoric and Writing Studies   Clancy Ratliff, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

The "Fair Use" Challenge  Aaron Barlow, New York City College of Technology

The "Art" of Summary : A Lesson Learned from Jason Huff's AutoSummarize  Jerry Lee, University of Arizona, Tucson

The 300-Year Anniversary of the Statute of Anne   Stephanie Vie, Fort Lewis College

"A Tale of Two Tarts" and a Case of Copyright Infringement   Laurie Cubbison, Radford University

DMCA Developments Relevant to Educators  Kim D. Gainer, Radford University

Cover page of The CCCC-IP Annual: Top Intellectual Property Developments of 2009

The CCCC-IP Annual: Top Intellectual Property Developments of 2009

(2010)

Introduction: Copyright and Intellectual Property in 2009  Clancy Ratliff, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

An Issue for Open Education: Interpreting the Non-Commercial Clause in Creative Commons Licensing  Charles Lowe, Grand Valley State University

The Option Not to Act: The Dissertations of Boening and Meehan  Craig A. Meyer, Ohio University

Copyright in the Hands of Creators: Australasia's Growing Creative Commons  Carol Mohrbacher, St. Cloud State University

Two Competing Copyright Curricula: The 2009 Release of Intellectual Property Curricula from the Recording Industry Association of America and the Electronic Frontier Foundation  Clancy Ratliff, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Creative Commons Plus: Increasing Options for Content Creators  Kyle Stedman, University of South Florida

Breaking Free: The Fight for User Control and the Practices of Jailbreaking  Devon C. Fitzgerald, Millikin University

Apple App Store Arbitrates the Cellular Wireless Public Sphere, For Now  Dayna Goldstein, Georgia Southern University

MIT Will Publish All Faculty Articles Free in Online Repository (2009 Decision)  Charlotte Brammer, Samford University

J.D. Salinger and 60 Years Later: The Struggle between Copyright and the First Amendment  Kim Gainer, Radford University