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SCRIPT-ed issue now out

Monday, October 1st, 2007

SCRIPT-ed, Vol 4, Issue 3, September 2007
Back to the Future: Regulation of Virtual Worlds
Andrés Guadamuz, pp.242-245
Peer-Reviewed Articles
The European Regulation on Biometric Passports: Legislative Procedures, Political Interactions, Legal Framework and Technical Safeguards
Gerrit Hornung, p.246-262
Taking Sides on Technology Neutrality
Chris Reed, pp.263-284
Copyright and research: an archivangelist’s perspective
A. A. Adams, p.285-290
Book Reviews

European Plant Intellectual Property
by Margaret Llewelyn and Mike […]

Thoughts on drafting an open data licence

Monday, September 10th, 2007

My first in a series of in-depth posts about open data is now up at opencontentlawyer.com
Thoughts on drafting an open data licence

Tackling open data

Saturday, August 25th, 2007

[cross posted at opencontentlawyer.com]
One of the areas that I will be posting on in the next couple of weeks is open data. My latest project is to re-draft an existing open data licence into a format for worldwide use, much in the same vein of Creative Commons.
If you have an interest in open data, please […]

Survey of open content licences now out

Monday, August 6th, 2007

Cross posted at opencontentlawyer.com

**New survey on open content licences**
Use of open content licences by cultural heritage organisations
The Eduserv Foundation is funding a study into the use of Creative Archive, Creative Commons and similar open content licences by cultural heritage organisations in the United Kingdom. The study is being led by legal consultant Jordan Hatcher of […]

ORG supporters in Scotland meet up?

Thursday, June 28th, 2007

So what does everyone think about organising some sort of meetup of Open Rights Group supporters and like-minded folk in Scotland?  We’ve been discussing it a bit on the ORG-Discuss list, but I wanted to also post my thoughts here as well.
It looks like it will be in Edinburgh, in July. Preferably on a Thursday […]

CC snapshot study of cultural heritage orgs

Thursday, June 28th, 2007

Eduserv, together with legal consultant Jordan Hatcher, are conducting a study into the use of Creative Commons and similar licences by cultural heritage organisations.  This study is entitled:
Snapshot and case-studies of current usage of Creative Commons (and other open content) licences by cultural heritage organisations in the UK
The goal of this study is to provide […]

The Impact of Free Trade Agreements on Information Technology Based Business

Thursday, May 10th, 2007

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 […]

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