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Creative Commons is working with the Intellectual Property Institute for all legal aspects and the LJUDMILA for all technical aspects to create Slovenia jurisdiction-specific licenses from the generic Creative Commons licenses.
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Legal Project Lead: Maja Lubarda, Intellectual Property Institute.
Counsel to Legal Lead: Maja Bogataj Jančič, Intellectual Property Institute.
Public Project Lead: Alenka Pirman, Luka Frelih and Spela Kucan, Ljubljana Digital Media Laboratory (LJUDMILA).
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More about INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY INSTITUTE
The Intellectual Property Institute (IPI) is a research, academic and training institution in the field of intellectual property law. It was founded in 2004 and is the first institution of its kind in Slovenia. The Institute conducts research, provides education and offers training opportunities in the field of intellectual property law. The primary focus of its activities is to explore the challenges that digitalisation has brought to intellectual property law and are important for the progress of an information-based society. The Institute aims to work in close cooperation with Slovenian universities, research institutions, industry, art centres and civil society groups. Its aim is to create a strong network of partnership with researchers and research institutions at home and abroad. Since its recent founding, the Institute has participated in many discussions regarding various intellectual property issues, and managed to mark the landscape of the debate with its perspective.
For more information visit http://www.intellectualpropertyinstitute.si/ or contact: Maja Bogataj Jančič, email@example.com
More about LJUDMILA
LJUDMILA – Ljubljana Digital Media Lab, founded by a group of new media artists and activists living and working in Ljubljana in 1994, has extensive experience connecting new media technologies and artistic projects as well as encouraging broader, savvier and more creative uses of new technologies. Initially funded by the OSI-Slovenia Internet program, Ljudmila has grown into a well-equipped digital media lab that focuses on digital production as well as education, research and development of open standards software. It also provides knowledge, equipment, Internet access, web sites, electronic publishing and other affordable networking services to non-governmental and non-profit organizations, art collectives, active individuals, and others. Ljudmila operates through Culture & Arts Centre KUD France Prešeren
For more information visit http://www.ljudmila.org/ or contact: Špela Kučan, firstname.lastname@example.orgPosted 06 March 2008