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Open Source and Intellectual Presenter: David Elliott
 

Summary: Open Source and Intellectual
Property
Presenter: David Elliott
Contents
Introduction
Forms of Intellectual Property
Main Forms of Intellectual Property (IP)
What is Computer Software?
Trade Secrets
Copyrights
Patents
There are 4 tests for a patent
Connection between Patents and Copyrights
Open Source v. Proprietary Software
Different Kinds of Open Source Licenses
Main Moral Arguments for IP (Property)
Common Arguments for Open Source
Examples of Moral Arguments
Two Steps in a Moral Argument for Open Source
Introduction

  

Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina

 

Collections: Mathematics