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Open Code / Open Content / Open Law Strategic Planning Session

The Berkman Center concluded the academic year with an all-day strategic planning session on May 20, 1999. As you probably know—or have yourself been a part of—we are deeply engaged in the exploration of open and closed systems of code, governance, and law, as expressed in such projects as developing and using open source teaching and discussion tools, providing open forums for the new Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, and the substance and litigation strategy of the copyright term extension challenge Eldred v. Reno.


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Past Event
May 20, 1999
5:15 AM - 12:00 PM

Publications 02

May 31, 2018

Reclaiming a Commons (Draft 1.01)

Keynote address, The Berkman Center’s “Building a Digital Commons” May 20, 1999 Cambridge, MA

May 20, 1999

Open Code / Open Content / Open Law: Building a Digital Commons

Strategic Planning Session Paper

The Berkman Center proposed the formation of a legally independent nonprofit entity - a consortium of educational centers to foster the development of open software, open research…