Elizabeth Heritage is a Wellington-based freelancer working in the book trade and the New Zealand media. You can read about Elizabeth’s work on her website
One of Elizabeth’s many skills is in the area of Copyright Licensing. From 2014 to 2017 she worked as the Communications Lead for Creative Commons Aotearoa NZ. On her website Elizabeth says the following, ‘Over the past few years copyright has come to fascinate me; the way it rears its head in issues from behavioural economics to art to civic participation in democracy.’
I really enjoyed talking with her about this amazing part of publishing and art, and some of the radical work taking place to try and make copyright fair and workable in our new technologies.
Elizabeth talks about Tohatoha Aotearoa which you can read about here
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Episode 59: Pip Adam talks to Elizabeth Heritage about Copyright