Reconciling Property Rights and Human Rights When It Comes to Knowledge. Part I. – Slaw

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"I no sooner had a minor breakthrough of on my SLAW March 9th, 2018 blogpost – on Twitter and Infojustice Roundup – which proposed copyright reforms to increase public access to research, than I ran head-on into the realpolitik of such legislative measures. In the earlier blogpost, I had briefly set out reasons for Canada to be the first nation to use copyright reform to turn its open access research policies into a federally legislated human right to know. Then, little more than a month later here in California (where I teach), Assemblyman Mark Stone introduced a bill to revise the California Taxpayers Access To Publicly Funded Research Act...."


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05/10/2018, 17:53

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05/10/2018, 13:53