A background discussion about how professionalism became strongly associated with authorship in copyright law, how "public interest" has served as a pretext to support a proprietary regime, and how mass collaboration projects help the (lay) public to redefine it
Mass Collaboration as the Public's Response to a Proprietary Regime
Topics: Open Access; Public Sector Information; Legal and Policy Issues, Social Science Data and the Digital Humanities
Category: Oral Presentation
Section: F1 - Mass Collaboration Data Projects and Policies
Time: Tuesday, October 30, 2012 - 16:00 to 17:30
Room: Room 802 (8F)
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