The Many Faces of the Public Domain
Edited by Charlotte Waelde and Hector MacQueen
As technological progress marches on, so anxiety over the shape of the public domain is likely to continue if not increase. This collection helps to define the boundaries within which the debate over the shape of law and policy should take place.
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- Intellectual Property The Many Faces of the Public Domain
- Introduction: The Many Faces of the Public Domain
- Chapter 1: In Search of the Public Domain during the Prehistory of Copyright Law
- Chapter 2: Copyright’s Public Domain
- Chapter 3: The Public Domain: Right or Liberty?
- Chapter 4: The Public Domain and International Intellectual Property Law Treaties
- Chapter 5: The Public Interest in the Public Domain
- Chapter 6: Altering the Contours of the Public Domain
- Chapter 7: Creativity, Innovation and Intellectual Property: A New Approach for the 21st Century
- Chapter 8: The Public Domain and the Librarian
- Chapter 9: The Public Domain and the Creative Author
- Chapter 10: The Public Domain and the Economist
- Chapter 11: The Public Domain and Public Sector Information
- Chapter 12: Audiences in Tradition: Traditional Knowledge and the Public Domain
- Chapter 13: Scientific Research Agendas: Controlled and Shaped by the Scope of Patentability
- Chapter 14: The Public Domain: Ideology vs. Interest
- Chapter 15: A Rights-Free World – Is it Workable, and What is the Point?
- Chapter 16: The Priorities, the Values, the Public
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