(Mis)appropriation Art? Copyright and Data Protection implications of 'CCTV Sniffing' as Art

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This paper discusses the legal implications of CCTV sniffing and war walking, legally problematic uses of wireless networks, for the purpose of art. Using Bitnik’s “surveillance chess” as starting point, it asks if new forms of computer enabled art require new forms of protection, especially in countries without constitutional guarantee of freedom of art.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAbstraktion und Applikation
EditorsE Schweighofer, F Kummer, W Hötzendorfer
PublisherOCG
Pages489-98
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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