James Boyle

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= advocate of the Public Domain

URL = http://www.law.duke.edu/boylesite/

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Bio

"Boyle is a widely published leader of the global discussion about the ways that current copyright, patent, and trademark laws stand in the way of innovation by interfering with access to information that is in the public domain. He was one of the original board members of Creative Commons, which works to facilitate the free availability of art, scholarship, and cultural materials by developing licenses that individuals and institutions can attach to their work. And he was a co-founder of Science Commons, which aims to expand the Creative Commons mission into the realm of scientific and technical data. In 2000 he joined the faculty at Duke University, where he is William Neal Reynolds Professor of Law and co-founder of the Center for the Study of the Public Domain. He is also a board member of the Public Library of Science." (http://seedmagazine.com/content/article/science_2.0_pioneers/)


More Information

  1. Public Domain
  2. His essays on the Public Domain, the Commons and the "Second Enclosures Movement" are located at: http://www.law.duke.edu/boylesite/


Video

  1. James Boyle on Re-Inventing the Gatekeeper
  2. James Boyle on the Economic Irrationality of Copyright Rules on the Internet
  3. James Boyle on Distributed Creativity and the Logic of Control
  4. James Boyle on the Science Commons and Open Source
  5. James Boyle on the Endangered Public Domain
  6. James Boyle on Open Innovation and Intellectual Property
  7. James Boyle on the Disaster of Scientific Enclosure through Copyright
  8. James Boyle on Mashups, Borrowing and the Law
  9. James Boyle on Copyright and the Public Domain
  10. James Boyle on 7 Ways to Ruin a Technological Revolution