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Links to 17th April

Why the Pirate Bay verdict is GOOD for piracy – neteffect.foreignpolicy.com analysis from Evgeny Morozov

British Library Google generation research download www.bl.uk

Google bringing pay-per-view to YouTube news.cnet.com

Goverment announces RIPA review in wake of EU threat feedproxy.google.com

Open Knowledge Foundation wiki wiki.okfn.org OKcon 09 was good

Papers from the 5th Communia workshop communia-project.eu #communia Public data, science, IP, publishing, BBC archive, WIPO, public domain

Tom Watson MP Communia workshop speech What we need is an “easy-to-use licensing scheme for government data” www.tom-watson.co.uk

RIAA DRM Mashup Smackdown www.everythingismiscellaneous.com A competition to remix testimony on DRM. Fun with fair use.

Life after death? The Soviet system in British higher educationwww.inderscience.com (not Open Access)

Why eliminate the peer-review of baseline grants? All about the cost of peer review story.scienceblogs.com

“Election Copyright – They’re Playing Our Song” www.mediainstitute.org Conservative remixing vs artist’s moral right

“France to have second vote on Internet piracy law” www.reuters.com

New Report from Pew: The Internet’s Role in Campaign 2008 www.resourceshelf.com

Internet Advertising Bureau “Good Practice Principles” on Behavioural Targeting www.democraticmedia.org Supported by OFCOM CEO www.brandrepublic.com

Travel organizer Tripit.com has a new iPhone app www.tuaw.com Tripit API supports OAuth blog.oauth.net

ccLearn Recommendations: Increase Funding Impact creativecommons.org

Data.gov to launch in May. Slashdot news.slashdot.org and data.gov

Cost of peer review exceeds the cost of giving every researcher a grant – scienceoftheinvisible.blogspot.com

EU Commissioner – Protecting privacy in the digital age www.openrightsgroup.org

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Written by iconpartnership

April 22, 2009 at 9:24 pm

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