SCRIPT-ed Conference in March 2009

Feb 06
The editors of SCRIPT-ed journal (which I highly recommend, though I’m a little biased) putting on a conference on cutting edge IT/IP law and medical/biotechnology

Wikipediai loves art: Open content and the V&A

Dec 23[email protected]%26A Wikipedia Loves Art at the Victoria and Albert Museum is a free content photography contest organised by the Victoria and Albert Museum, Wikimedia UK

UK Open Source GIS conference 22 June 2009

Dec 10
The website for the conference is now up: The Centre for Geospatial Science of University of Nottingham, Open Source Geospatial Foundation (UK Chapter), ICA Working

“Non-commercial” survey by CC

Dec 10
Creative Commons is doing a survey on the term “non-commercial” that ends on the 14th. This survey is very important as people have a

v1.0 of the JISC-PoWR Report released

Nov 11
The JISC project on Preservation of Web Resources (JISC-PoWR) project, of which I’ve contributed some of the legal work, has just released v1.0 of the

Draft PoWR Handbook

Oct 07
Quick note to say that you can have a look at the draft PoWR handbook, for which I contributed on the legal materials, at the

Gikii liveblog 5: Whose data, internet privacy, and twitlaw

Sep 17
Day two I’m liveblogging the 4th annual Gikii conference, kindly hosted by IViR in Amsterdam. (Gikii Programme) Intended Data Beneficiaries Andrea Matwyshyn (apologies both to