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 Un-copyrighting education
26/12/2008 -- This working paper by Andrew Rens at the Shuttleworth Foundation argues that implementing the World Intellectual Property Organizationís Development Agenda requires a special focus on how intellectual property rights interact with education. It says that the Development Agenda presents the right opportunity to create globally applicable minimum exceptions to copyrights for educational purposes. |

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