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Open: Rewards and Challenges from an OKF perspective
Open: Rewards and Challenges from an OKF perspective
Open: Rewards and Challenges from an OKF perspective
Open: Rewards and Challenges from an OKF perspective
Open: Rewards and Challenges from an OKF perspective
Open: Rewards and Challenges from an OKF perspective
Open: Rewards and Challenges from an OKF perspective
Open: Rewards and Challenges from an OKF perspective
Open: Rewards and Challenges from an OKF perspective
Open: Rewards and Challenges from an OKF perspective
Open: Rewards and Challenges from an OKF perspective
Open: Rewards and Challenges from an OKF perspective
Open: Rewards and Challenges from an OKF perspective
Open: Rewards and Challenges from an OKF perspective
Open: Rewards and Challenges from an OKF perspective
Open: Rewards and Challenges from an OKF perspective
Open: Rewards and Challenges from an OKF perspective
Open: Rewards and Challenges from an OKF perspective
Open: Rewards and Challenges from an OKF perspective
Open: Rewards and Challenges from an OKF perspective
Open: Rewards and Challenges from an OKF perspective
Open: Rewards and Challenges from an OKF perspective
Open: Rewards and Challenges from an OKF perspective
Open: Rewards and Challenges from an OKF perspective
Open: Rewards and Challenges from an OKF perspective
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Open: Rewards and Challenges from an OKF perspective

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Presentation on openness with a bit of a future gazing hat on. jordanhatcher.com and okfn.org

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  1. Open: Rewards and Challenges Jordan S. Hatcher, JD, LLM Co-founder, Open Data Commons Board of Directors, Open Knowledge Foundation Lawyer and strategy consultant in IP/IT www.okfn.org
  2. – www.opendefinition.org – open as in accessible – transparent
  3. • Use • Reuse • Redistribute “open” • Commercial use allowed • Attribution & Share Alike requirements = okay www.opendefinition.org
  4. Rewards
  5. extra benefits of open knowledge
  6. http://www.eff.org/cases/online-policy-group-v-diebold §
  7. Challenges
  8. Open licensing
  9. Thanks! www.OpenDataCommons.org www.okfn.org/support Jordan S. Hatcher e: webcontact ]AT[ opencontentlawyer D O T com w: www.jordanhatcher.com All original and CC-BY-SA derivative works licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.5 UK: Scotland Licence http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/scotland/
  10. Questions?
  11. www.data.gov.uk is the home of lots of great data www.data.worldbank.org is the home for the World Bank’s open data. London Map Map data CC-BY-SA Open Street Map and contributors Where Does My Money Go? is at http://www.wheredoesmymoneygo.org/ www.fishsubsidy.org and www.farmsubsidy.org are projects of EU Transparency at http:// www.followthemoney.eu/ The Unlocking Aid Info report is at http://www.unlockingaid.info/ produced with the great folks at www.aid.info Voting for the Future CC-BY by lowjumpingfrog <http://www.flickr.com/photos/jenorton/2218973585/> Red Hat logo is at Google Finance data is at <http://www.google.com/finance?q=red+hat>
  12. iPhone screenshot - parts presumably ©Apple and the developers of the Apps featured on the page. Project Gaydar story is by Carolyn Y. Johnson and published by the Boston Globe on September 20, 2009 at: <http://www.boston.com/bostonglobe/ideas/articles/2009/09/20/ project_gaydar_an_mit_experiment_raises_new_questions_about_online_privacy/> Netflix CARNAGE | CC-BY-SA by Ross Catrow http://www.flickr.com/photos/maxpower/151384059/sizes/o/ dogz on teh internets | CC-BY-SA by TheGiantVermin <http://www.flickr.com/photos/tudor/3324923076/> Digital Britain website screenshot - Department of Business Innovation & Skills and at <http:// interactive.bis.gov.uk/digitalbritain/tag/debill/> Christine Merrill | CC-BY by SD Dirk <http://www.flickr.com/photos/dirkhansen/4413253440/> All other trademarks are copyright / trademark their respective owners. Some works may appear here under exceptions or exclusions to copyright and trademark law such as fair use / fair dealing and are not covered by the CC license over this work and these exclusions or exceptions may not apply to you.
  13. Thanks! www.OpenDataCommons.org www.okfn.org/support Jordan S. Hatcher e: webcontact ]AT[ opencontentlawyer D O T com w: www.jordanhatcher.com All original and CC-BY-SA derivative works licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.5 UK: Scotland Licence http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/scotland/
  14. Questions?

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