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Introduction to the 2016 Annual
Needless to say, 2016 was a humdinger of a year. We will remember it primarily as the year that Donald Trump shockingly received more electoral votes than Hillary Clinton in the
presidential election, and the year we lost many talented artists, including David Bowie,
Prince, George Michael, Carrie Fisher, and the very next day her mother, Debbie Reynolds.
It was also the year that the largest number of Indigenous tribes in a century gathered for
months at the Standing Rock reservation to protest the construction of the Dakota Access
Pipeline, a struggle that continues in the courts. Intellectual property developments
continued as always, as the eight excellent articles in this year’s CCCC-IP Annual show. Read on (full report).
|Table of Contents|
|1||Introduction to the 2016 Annual
|3||Plagiarism in the Age of Trump
Camryn Washington, Joseph Myrick III, and Steven Engel
|11||Corruption, Higher Ed, and Russians (Oh My!)
Craig A. Meyer
|16||What’s in a Meme?
|24||Snaps Without Props: Snapchat’s Blatant (Mis)Appropriation of Makeup Artistry
Devon Fitzgerald Ralston
|30||Fair Use and Feminist Critique: That’swhatshesaid’s (Copyright) Commentary
|34||A Case of Cruciverbal Coincidence, Carelessness, or the Great #Gridgate Scandal?
Wendy Warren Austin
|40||Cultural Property versus Intellectual Property: The Cultural Appropriation Debate
|48||Shades of Things to Come? Apple Patents Technology to Remotely Disable iPhone Cameras
Traci A. Zimmerman