Comment Neelie (Kroes)

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Comment Neelie
[...] And we'll look beyond that, to the coherence of our policy framework. It's no use supporting innovation with one hand if we strangle it with the other. For example current copyright restrictions often prevent innovations like data and text-mining; let's look at that.
Phil Archer
A key here might be to distinguish between commenting on the text (which is OK) and plagiarising it (which usually isn't).
Phil Archer, 25/09/2012 18:24
47.8, 10.2833 - Dietmannsried GERMANY
Alexander Adolf
In the technology arena, copyright is a non-issue to my experience. IPR and patents are issues.
Alexander Adolf, 25/09/2012 21:25
51.9667, 5.66667 - Wageningen NETHERLANDS
Leo Lahti
For open data ecosystems the copyright seems to be more of an issue; restrictive licenses -> restricted reuse. This concerns digital information in particular.
Leo Lahti, 26/09/2012 14:11