Culture, data, design, software are separate magisteria, and each doing fine. Isn't “cross sectoral” just confusing?


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No, they aren’t separate, and none are doing fine relative to proprietary competition. Software is permeating all. Freedom infringing regimes cut across all, as does the political case and commoning mechanisms for expanding freedom respecting regimes. WIFO applauds sector-specific efforts, but claims there are large gains in knowledge sharing and in forming a large commons interest group cutting across all necessary to create and sustain a knowledge economy and policy that is generative of freedom and equality.


Meso-, exo-movements for intellectual freedom?