Open Content Licensing

Open Content Licensing : From Theory to Practice

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Creative commons; public domainshow more

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  • Paperback | 296 pages
  • 157.48 x 233.68 x 20.32mm | 498.95g
  • Amsterdam University Press
  • Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • English
  • figures
  • 9089643079
  • 9789089643070

About Lucie Guibault

Lucie Guibault is assistant professor of copyright and intellectual property law at the Institute for Information Law of the University of Amsterdam.|Christina Angelopoulos is affiliated with the Institute for Information Law at the University of Amsterdam, where she edits IRIS, the monthly newsletter published by the Europeam Audiovisual Observatory.show more

Table of contents

Papieren pracht uit de Amsterdamse Gouden Eeuw - 8[-]Woord vooraf - 12[-]Inhoud - 13[-]Dr. Th.J. Steenbergen en het moderne mecenaat - 15[-]Een goudmijn voor de Gouden Eeuw - 19[-]Publieke collecties en particulier initiatief - 21[-]Geestig, amoureus en aandachtig - 24[-]Roeien naar de Volewijck - 32[-]Hoe Cupido Nederlands leerde - 40[-]Nuchtere lessen voor het dagelijks leven - 48[-]Open content licensing : from theory to practice - 2[-]Contents - 6[-]1. Open Content Licensing: From Theory to Practice - An Introduction - 8[-]2. Towards a New Social Contract: Free-Licensing into the Knowledge Commons1 - 22[-]3. Is Open Content a Victim of its Own Success? Some Economic Thoughts on the Standardization of Licenses - 52[-]4. (Re)introducing Formalities in Copyright as a Strategy for the Public Domain - 76[-]5. User-Related Assets and Drawbacks of Open Content Licensing - 108[-]6. Owning the Right to Open Up Access to Scientific Publications - 138[-]7. Friends or Foes? Creative Commons, Freedom of Information Law and the European Union Framework for Reuse of Public Sector Information - 170[-]8. Contributing to Conversational Copyright: Creative Commons Licences and Cultural Heritage Institutions1 - 204[-]9. Creative Commons and Related Rights in Sound Recordings: Are the Two Systems Compatible? - 244show more
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