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First Communia Conference

First Communia Conference held in 2008

Synthesis of the 4 conference streams by appointed rapporteurs

Synthesis of the 4 conference streams by appointed rapporteurs

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Facilitating collaboration in eGovernment: the European Union Public License

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Karel De Vriend (European Commission - Directorate General for Informatics, (IDABC))

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FLOSS in Government: Findings from studies

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Rishab Ghosh (Senior Researcher, UNU-Merit, The Netherlands)

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Towards a model of Commons Based Peer Regulatory Production: the Creative Commons Case

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Prodromos Tsiavos (LSE/ Oslo University)

Objective of this paper is to examine the reasons why a Commons Based Peer Production (CBPP) model may be applied in the case of developing regulatory instruments and the implications from the impleme

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Measuring the economic and social benefits and costs of public sector information online: a review of the literature and future

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Paul Uhlir (International Scientific and Technical (S&T) Information Programs, The National Academies, Washington, U.S.)

Governments and their administrative agencies continuously create, collect, manage, and store vast quantities of digital data and information and increasingly disseminate much of it online.

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Identifying and analyzing current available legal models for voluntary sharing of content in Europe

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Mélanie Dulong de Rosnay (Berkman Center for Internet & Society, Harvard Law School, U.S./CERSA, France)

Creative Commons (CC) licenses have been created in the context of United States copyright law.

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The digitalizing of Literary and Musical Works

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Gerald Spindler (University of Göttingen, Germany)

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Digital libraries and silent works

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María Iglesias (Centre de Recherche Informatique et Droit, University of Namur (FUNDP), Belgium)

The natural destiny of a work is the public. Works embody a discourse to be transmitted to the public. But there are some situations where copyrighted works are obliged to remain in silence.

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Issues in Assessing Creative and Scientific Commons

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Bronwyn Hall (University of California, Berkeley, U.S and Maastricht University)

This title is of course inspired by Griliches’ seminal 1979 article on assessing the returns to R&D .

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The Value of Registering Creative Works

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Roland Alton Scheidl, Vorarlberg University of Appled Sciences, ras@fhv.at

Joe Benso, International Media Association, joe.benso@osAlliance.com

Martin Springer, International Media Association, ms@osAlliance.com

The Austrian Competence Network for Media Design, a research consortium of Austrian higher education institutions and SMEs in the socalled creative industries, had launched a service for registering c

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