Open Source Law Policy and Practice
Open Source Law, Policy and Practice (Book)
Written by world leading Open Source and legal experts, this new edition of Open Source Law, Policy and Practice is fully updated with a global focus. The work delivers an in-depth examination of community, legal, and commercial topics relating to Open Source, enabling readers to understand the legal environment and what is required for appropriate Open Source governance and curation in enterprise and public sector by focusing on three main areas; intellectual property rights; the governance of Open Source; and the business and economic impacts.
With contributions from the following world leading experts in the field of Open Source Software, Open Hardware and Open Data:
Keith Bergelt, Ian Walden, Ross Gardler, Stephen Walli, Jilayne Lovejoy, Miriam Ballhausen, McCoy Smith, Pamela Chestek, Malcolm Bain, Mirko Boehm, Knut Blind, Nikolaus Thumm, Amanda Brock, Toby Crick, Kate Stewart, Shane Coughlan, Nithya Ruff, Karen Sandler, Richard Fontana, Andrew Katz, Mark Radcliffe, Iain G. Mitchell KC, Mishi Choudhary, Michael Cheng, Charles-Henri Schulz, Carlo Piana
This book may be purchased but is also available Open Access as a student resource.