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EU-Mercosur Trade Agreement Would Harm User Rights and the Commons

Today Creative Commons published a policy analysis covering several copyright-related issues presented in the draft intellectual property chapter of EU-Mercosur free trade agreement. We examine issues that would be detrimental to the public domain, creativity and sharing, and user rights in the digital age. [The policy paper is also available in Spanish and Portuguese.]  The European … Read More “EU-Mercosur Trade Agreement Would Harm User Rights and the Commons”

Sign the Petition: Public Money Should Produce Public Code

The Free Software Foundation Europe and a broad group of organisations including Creative Commons are supporting the Public Money, Public Code campaign. The initiative calls for the adoption of policies that require that software paid for by the public be made broadly available as Free and Open Source Software. Nearly 40 organisations and over 6200 … Read More “Sign the Petition: Public Money Should Produce Public Code”