My new column for the FT is up. It deals with the incredible weakness of the data on which our intellectual property policy proceeds. Ungated version after the jump
On November 8th, Cory Doctorow, John Perry Barlow, and numerous other digital luminaries will be gathering at the Minna Gallery in San Francisco for the EFF’s Pioneer Awards Party. Cory is going to be the MC and — when not featured on XKCD blogging from a ballon in a red cape and goggles… › read more
This isn’t a post about intellectual property or the networked society, so if your interests only run that far, cease reading here. In the late 80′s and early 90′s refugees were attempting to escape what was, in a decidedly non metaphorical sense, a hellish situation in Haiti.. › read more
Here is the video of my speech in Vienna at the IRF symposium. The title was What If the Web Really Worked for Science? Reimagining Data Policy and Intellectual Property.
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