About the Policy category (1)
Inter Partes Review: Five Years, Over $2 Billion Saved (1)
FSFE Annual Report 2016 (note public > private policy) (2)
Reformulating knowledge policy "balance" around human rights has missing ingredient: commons (1)
David Graham, FOSS advocate and member of Canadian Parliament (1)
"Beyond Antitrust: The Role of Competition Policy in Promoting Inclusive Growth" IP extract (1)
Repair-favoring policy should favor repair-enabling commons-favoring policy (1)
A New Approach to [Library] Copyright Exceptions and Limitations (4)
Freedom of Panorama (1)
California State Copyright (4)
A Commons Approach to EU Knowledge Policy (2)
Public Broadcasters, Open Content (2)
NY bill would provide tax credit for open source contributors (3)
Question Public Domain Day (3)
Open source as a lightweight regulatory alternative to lock-down (3)
Innovation prizes and innovative objectives (1)
Mozilla Open Software Patent License (1)
CC-BY-SA-4.0 one-way compatibility to GPLv3 (3)
"Patent Box" tax incentive for more patents (3)
Y Combinator Research (2)
Retroactive copyright extension on photos in Argentina and the commons (2)
Non-commercial derivatives in Canada (4)
Licenses to public policy in the context of open source hardware (1)
Bayh-Dole and worldwide IP metastasization (1)
Fix the knowledge economy, not patents (re The Economist 1851 and 2015) (3)
Copyleft as regulation (6)
Feasible and sustainable reform toward abolition of regressive knowledge regulation to boost freedom, equality, and security (1)
"Reviving Economic Growth" Cato Forum IP Extract (1)
Digital policy according to UK parties, 2015 (1)
How do we talk to companies about open private policies? (5)