I’ve mentioned a few times on this blog about open access to legal publishing in the UK and how we should all start the ball rolling on discussing some of the issues. As I was thinking about it some more this morning, I think that we need a speed geek on open access to law […]
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UK law journal SCRIPT-ed has a new look! Check it out here.
Knowledge Politics — a UK think-tank “dedicated to exploring the implications and possibilities of the development of an ‘information society’, and to influencing the debate over its meaning and future” — has announced a new journal.
Knowledge Politics Quarterly
The journal describes itself as:
Knowledge Politics Quarterly (KPQ) is an academic journal produced by the think-tank Knowledge Politics. […]
OwnTerms is a site that brings together some standard terms and conditions so that the public may easily get access to some boilerplate legal docs. From their site:
OwnTerms is designed as a repository for “boilerplate” legal documents: those that every web site, startup, or entrepreneur needs but doesn’t want to draft in a lawyer for.
In part of my research for the Eduserv study on the use of open content licences, such as Creative Commons, by cultural heritage organisations, I ran into Spoken Word Services. This site is an audio archive of BBC material held for access by educational institutions.
It has an extremely informal End User Licence Agreement (EULA). I […]
So if you’ve been wondering why I haven’t blogged as much in-depth material lately, this is one of the reasons. I’ve been hard at work on the report for the IT-based business and FTA report. The report has been released as part of our working paper series and placed on SSRN. Citation and […]
If any of you have any scholarly works on law and technology issues, which includes IP, IT and medical law, SCRIPT-ed is searching for additions to upcoming issues. We publish in multiple languages, and offer a professional forum for your work.
SCRIPT-ed is the online journal of the AHRC Research Centre for Studies in Intellectual […]