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The Law as Cyberinfrastructure

By Brian F. Fitzgerald and Kylie M. Pappalardo

Abstract

The Law as Cyberinfrastructure considers open licensing models for use in collaborative endeavour through networked cyberinfrastructure. Open content licensing for copyright material is considered, with examples of the use of open content licensing from two major scientific research publication projects. The most common of the open content licensing models, Creative Commons, is described and the potential use of Creative Commons for databases is demonstrated. Open patent licensing is also examined and the perceived benefits and risks of open patent licensing are discussed

Topics: 180199 Law not elsewhere classified, 180100 LAW, 180115 Intellectual Property Law, Technology, Law, Cyberinfrastructure, Patent, Intellectual Property, Copyright, Open Access, Open Content Licensing, Open Licensing, Creative Commons, PLoS One, Nature Precedings, UniProtKB, CAMBIA, HapMap, Richard Jefferson, Claire Driscoll, Data, Information, BiOS Licences
Publisher: CyberInfrastructure Partnership
Year: 2007
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:9668

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