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The Digital Public Domain

Melanie Dulong de Rosnay
Juan Carlos De Martin

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A. Websites

ARROW: Accessible Registries of Rights Information and Orphan Works

Berlin Declaration on Open Access

Budapest Open Access Initiative

CKAN: Open Knowledge Registry

Communia Project (The European Thematic Network on the Digital Public Domain)

Communia Association

Copyright Toolbox

Creative Commons

DARIAH: Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities

Development Agenda for WIPO


DOAJ: Directory of Open Access Journals

DRIVER: Digital Repository Infrastructure Vision for European Research

Dublin Core Metadata Initiative


Europeana Connect

Free Culture Forum

HAL: Hyper Articles en Ligne

The Hathi Trust Digital Library

The KForge Project

Knowledge Exchange

LAPSI: Legal Aspects of Public Sector Information


Online Books Page

OpenAIRE: Open Access Infrastructure for Research in Europe

Open Knowledge Foundation

Open Library


Panton Principles: Principles for Open Data in Science

PRISM: The Publishing Requirements for Industry Standard Metadata

Public Domain Day

Public Domain Works

La Quadrature du Net


Scholar’s Copyright Addendum Engine

Sherpa/Juliet: Research Funders’ Open Access Policies

Sherpa/Romeo: Publisher Copyright Policies and Self-archiving

W3C: The World Wide Web Consortium

B. Reports, Conference Papers and Working Papers

Abelson, Hal, Ben Adida, Mike Linksvayer, Nathan Yergler ”ccREL: The Creative Commons Rights Expression Language”, a W3C Member Submission of 1 May 2008, available at

Avocats, Germann et al, ”Implementing the UNESCO Convention of 2005 in the European Union” (May 2010), study prepared for the European Parliament Directorate General for Internal Policies, Policy Department B: Structural and Cohesion Policies, Culture and Education, available at

Bollier, David, ”The Commons as New Sector of Value Creation: It’s Time to Recognize and Protect the Distinctive Wealth Generated by Online Commons”, remarks at the Economies of the Commons: Strategies for Sustainable Access and Creative Reuse of Images and Sounds Online Conference, Amsterdam (12 April 2008).

Ted Buckley, ”The Myth of the Anticommons” (Biotechnology Industry Organization, 2007), available at

Cousins, Jill, ”The Public Domain, the Manifesto, his Charter and her Dilemma”, paper delivered at the seventh Communia workshop, Luxembourg (1 February 2010), available at

Cunard, Jeffrey P., Keith Hill and Chris Barlas, ”Current Developments in The Field of Digital Rights Management” SCCR/10/2 Rev., prepared for the Word Intellectual Property Organization (2004), available at

David, Paul A., ”New Moves in ‘Legal Jujitsu’ to Combat the Anticommons: Mitigating IPR Constraints on Innovation by a ‘Bottom-up’ Approach to Systemic Institutional Reform”, paper presented at the first Communia conference, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium (30 June 2008), available at http://

Dedeurwaerdere, Tom and Peter Dawyndt, ”Exploring and Exploiting Microbiological Commons: Contributions of Bioinformatics and Intellectual Property Rights in Sharing Biological Information”, workshop paper, Brussels (2005), available at

  • , Maria Iglesias, Sabine Weiland and Michael Halewood, ”The Use and Exchange of Microbial Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture”, Background Study Paper of the Commission on Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture No. 46 (2009), available at

Dusollier, Séverine, ”Scoping Study On Copyright And Related Rights and the Public Domain”, prepared for the Word Intellectual Property Organization (30 April 2010), available at

European Commission, ”Copyright and Related Rights in the Information Society”, Green Paper, COM (95) 382 final, Brussels (19 July 1995), available at http://

European Commission, A Digital Agenda for Europe, Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions, COM (2010) 245, Brussels (19 June 2010), available at

European Commission, ”i2010: Digital Libraries”, SEC (2005) 1194, Brussels (30 September 2005), available at

European Commission, Staff Working Paper on the Review of the EC legal Framework in the Field of Copyright and Related Rights, SEC (2004) 995, Brussels (19 July 2004), available at

European Commission, Communication on Copyright in the Knowledge Economy, COM (2009) 532 final, Brussels (19 October 2009), available at

The European Task Force on Culture and Development, ”In From the Margins: A Contribution to the Debate on Culture and Development in Europe”, report prepared for the Council of Europe (1997), available at

Expert Group Report, The Future of Cloud Computing: Opportunities for European Cloud Computing Beyond 2010, available at

Furman, Jeffrey L. and Scott Stern, ”Climbing Atop the Shoulders of Giants: The Impact of Institutions on Cumulative Research”, NBER working paper 12523, National Bureau of Economic Research (2006), available at

Garlick, Mia, ”Canadian Public Domain Registry Announced” (3 March 2006), available at

Gasser, Urs and Silke Ernst, ”EUCD Best Practice Guide: Implementing the EU Copyright Directive in the Digital Age”, University of St. Gallen Law & Economics Working Paper No. 2007-01 (December 2006).

Ghosh, Rishab Aiyer, ”Technology, Law, Policy and the Public Domain”, paper delivered at the first Communia workshop, Turin (18 January 2008), available at

Grassmuck, Volker, ”The World is Going Flat(-Rate): A Study Showing Copyright Exception for Legalizing File-Sharing Feasible as a Cease-Fire in the ‘War on Copyright’ Emerges”, Intellectual Property Watch, 11 May 2009, available at

Gray, Jonathan, ”Public Domain Calculators”, presentation delivered at the third Communia workshop, Amsterdam (20 October 2008), available at index.html.

Guédon, Jean-Claude, ”In Oldenburg’s Long Shadow: Librarians, Research Scientists, Publishers, and the Control of Scientific Publishing”, presentation for the Association of Research Libraries, Toronto (May 2001), available at

Guibault, Lucie, ”The Nature and Scope of Limitations and Exceptions to Copyright and Neighbouring Rights with Regard to General Interest Missions for the Transmission of Knowledge: Prospects for their Adaptation to the Digital Environment”, Copyright Bulletin (December 2003), available at

  • , ”Evaluating Directive 2001/29/EC in the Light of the Digital Public Domain”, paper presented at the first Communia conference, Louvain-la-Neuve (1 July 2008), available at conf2008p_Evaluation_of_the_directive_2001-29-EC.pdf; an updated version of Guibault’s paper can be found in this volume (Chapter 3).
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  • , Rufus Pollock and Jo Walsh, ”Open Knowledge: Promises and Challenges”, paper delivered at the first Communia workshop, Turin (18 January 2008), available at An updated version of this paper can be found in this volume (Chapter 7).

Gurry, Francis, ”The Future of Copyright”, speech delivered at the Blue Sky Conference, Sydney (25 February 2011), available at

Hess, Charlotte and Elinor Ostrom, ”A Framework for Analysing Governance and Collective Action in the Microbial Commons”, paper presented at workshop on exploring and exploiting microbiological commons, Brussels (7–8 July 2005).

Horrigan, John, ”Home Broadband Adoption 2006”, 28 May 2006, available at http://

Hugenholtz, P. Bernt, ”Fierce Creatures: Copyright Exemptions Towards Extinction? ”, keynote speech, IFLA/IMPRIMATUR Conference, Amsterdam (30–31 October 1997).

  • , ”Owning Science: Intellectual Property Rights as Impediments to Knowledge Sharing”, paper delivered at the second Communia conference, Turin (29 June 2001), available at

et al., ”The Recasting of Copyright & Related Rights for the Knowledge Economy”, report to the European Commission, DG Internal Market (November 2006).

Isherwood, Mark, ”European Commission Project: Economic and Social Impact of the Public Domain. Introduction to Methodology”, paper presented at the first Communia conference, Louvain-la-Neuve (30 June 2008), available at

Jones, Sophia and Alek Tarkowski, ”Digital Repository Infrastructure Vision for European Research: DRIVER project”, paper delivered at the first Communia workshop, Turin (18 January 2008), available at //www.communiaproject. eu/node/85.

Kroes, Neelie, ”A Digital World of Opportunities”, speech delivered at the Forum d’Avignon: Les Rencontres Internationales de la Culture, de l’ノconomie et des Medias, Avignon (5 November 2010), available at &language=EN&guiLanguage=en.

LeGuel, Fabrice and Fabrice Rochelandet, ”P2P Music-Sharing Networks: Why the Legal Fight Against Copiers May Be Inefficient?”, Social Science Research Network Working Paper Series (2005), available at

Liebowitz, Stan J., ”How Reliable is the Oberholzer-Gee and Strumpf Paper on File-Sharing?” (University of Texas at Dallas, Working Paper, August 2007), available at

Motion Pictures Associations, MPA Response to the UK All Party Parliamentary Internet Group (APIG) Inquiry into Digital Rights Management (DRM), Brussels (13 January 2006), available at

Murray, Fiona and Scott Stern ”Do Formal Intellectual Property Rights Hinder the Free Flow of Scientific Knowledge?: An Empirical Test of the Anticommons Hypothesis”, NBER working paper 1146. National Bureau of Economic Research (2005).

Nesson, Charles with Juan Carlos De Martin, ”Communia and Universities”, welcome address at the third Communia conference, Turin (28 June 2010), available at OECD Best Practice Guildelines for Biological Resource Centres, Paris (2007), available at

Owens, Richard, ”WIPO and Access to Content: The Development Agenda and the Public Domain”, paper delivered at the fifth Communia workshop, London (27 March 2009), available at

  • , ”WIPO Project on Intellectual Property and the Public Domain”, paper delivered at the seventh Communia workshop, Luxembourg (1 February 2010), available at

Panitch, Judith M. and Sarah Michalak, ”The Serials Crisis: A White Paper for the UNCChapel Hill Scholarly Communications Convocation” (January 2005), available at

Pira International, ”Commercial Exploitation of Europe’s Public Sector Information”, report prepared for the European Commission, Information Society Directorate General (30 October 2000), available at policy/psi/docs/pdfs/pira_study/commercial_final_report.pdf.

Pollock, Rufus and Jo Walsh, ”Componentization and Open Data”, paper delivered at XTech (2007), available at open-data.

Reichman, Jerome H., ”Formalizing the Informal Microbial Commons: Using Liability Rules to Promote the Exchange of Materials”, paper delivered at the second Communia conference, Turin (30 June 2009), available at http://

Ricolfi, Marco, ”Copyright Policies for Digital Libraries in the Context of the i2010 Strategy”, paper presented at the first Communia conference, Louvain-la- Neuve (1 July 2008), available at

Rogers, Thomas, Andrew Szamosszegi and Peter Jaszi, ”Fair Use in the U.S. Economy: Economic Contribution of Industries Relying on Fair Use”, study prepared for the Computer and Communications Industry Association (September 2007), available at

Steuer, Eric, ”Creative Commons Announces Major Funding Support from Omidyar Network”, Creative Commons press release, San Franciso (28 May 2008), available at

Stiglitz, Joseph E., ”Public Policy for a Knowledge Economy”, address to the Department for Trade and Industry and Center for Economic Policy Research (1999), available at

Swan, Alma, ”Open Access by Self-archiving: It’s an Author Thing”, paper presented at the first European conference on scientific publishing in biomedicine and medicine, Lund, Sweden (April 2006), available at http://eprints.ecs.soton.

Uhlir, Paul, ”Measuring the Economic and Social Benefits and Costs of Public Sector Information Online: A Review of the Literature and Future”, paper delivered at the first Communia conference, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium (30 June 2010), available at

  • , ”Revolution and Evolution in Scientific Communication: Moving from Restricted Dissemination of Publicly-Funded Knowledge to Open Knowledge Environments”, paper delivered at the second Communia conference, Turin (28 June 2009), available at

Van Godtsenhoven, Karen, ”The DRIVER Project: On the Road to a European Commons for Scientific Communication”, paper delivered at the first Communia conference, Louvain-la-Neuve (30 June 2008), available at http:// An updated version of Van Godtsenhoven’s paper can be found in this volume (Chapter 9).

Van Gompel, Stef, ”Extending the Terms of Protection for Related Rights Endangers a Valuable Public Domain”, paper presented at the second Communia workshop, Vilnius (31 March 2008), available at

Bert Visser, Derek Eaton, Niels Louwaars and Jan Engels, ”Transaction Costs of Germplasm Exchange Under Bilateral Agreements”, FAO/Global Forum on Agricultural Research Document, No. GFAR/00/17–04-04, Dresden (2000), available at

Alex Weedon, ”Implementing the Microbial Commons: Legal and Institutional Perspectives”, discussant presentation at the Microbial Commons conference, Ghent, Belgium (11 June 2008).

Weiss, Peter, ”Borders in Cyberspace: Conflicting Government Information Policies and their Economic Impact”, summary report, US Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration National Weather Service (February 2002), available at

C. Books, Papers, and Newspaper Articles

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