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The Digital Public Domain

Open Book Publishers, March 2013


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Resource IDrosnaymartin2012
Resource titleThe Digital Public Domain
Author(s)Melanie Dulong de Rosnay, Juan Carlos De Martin
Publication/ sourceOpen Book Publishers
Date publishedMarch 2013
Summary text/ abstractThe public domain is the sovereign space of all citizens of the world. Like the air we breathe, it is free for all people to use, without restriction, no rights reserved. Our public ownership of this domain of knowledge should be understood as a fundamental human right to access our shared knowledge, the use of which is not the result of a grant by any specific government. In this book, the members of Communia not only articulats this positive conception of our public domain, but also seek to make the European public domain actionable. The book defines the public domain of the European nations and studies the environment in which it operates. Most importantly, it recommends a set of actions to build and make use of that domain as an environment of shared intellectual property and multifaceted cultural heritage.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, FOSS & Linux, Hacktivism, Politics
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