The Many Faces of the Public Domain
Edited by Charlotte Waelde and Hector MacQueen
Chapter 16: The Priorities, the Values, the Public
16. The priorities, the values, the public Charlotte Waelde 1 Introduction Previous chapters have given insights into a selection of the public domain’s many faces. We have had discussion on historical development (Grosheide); ideas as to how we might visualise the boundaries between public and private spaces (Deazley); questions raised as to whether there is any right to the public domain (Cahir); examination of the public domain in the international sphere (Taubman); analysis of the interaction between the public domain and the public interest (Davies); discussion on categories of intellectual space (Macmillan), of making space (Howkins), of constructing space (Bainton) and of using space (Thompson); debates over the development of public spaces within a privatised system (La Manna,10 Susskind11) and of particular spaces (Gibson);12 Grosheide, F.W., ‘In Search of the Public Domain during the Prehistory of Copyright Law’, Chapter 1 (hereafter Grosheide). Deazley, R., ‘Copyright’s Public Domain’, Chapter 2 (hereafter Deazley). Cahir, J., ‘The Public Domain: Right or Liberty?’, Chapter 3 (hereafter Cahir). Taubman, A., ‘The Public Domain and International Intellectual Property Lay Treaties’, Chapter 4 (hereafter Taubman). Davies, G., ‘The Public Domain and the Public Interest’, Chapter 5 (hereafter Davies). Macmillan, F., ‘Altering the Contours of the Public Domain’, Chapter 6 (hereafter Macmillan). Howkins, J., ‘Creativity, Innovation and Intellectual Property: A New Approach for the 21st Century’, Chapter 7 (hereafter Howkins). Bainton, T., ‘The Public Domain and the Librarian’, Chapter 8 (hereafter Bainton). Thompson, B., ‘The Public Domain and the Creative Author’, Chapter 9 (hereafter Thompson)...
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