Chapter 3: Are negative spaces likely to be fragile?
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Rochelle Dreyfuss was a key early contributor to the scholarship exploring the possibilities of “Intellectual Production Without Intellectual Property” (IP Without IP), sometimes also referred to as innovation in IP’s “Negative Space.” In this article, we explore Dreyfuss’s contributions to that field, and address some of the questions she posed about the possible reach of the negative space contributions, as well as how durable low-IP innovation communities were likely to be.

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