“To say that a piece of information or a creative work is ‘in the public domain’ implies freedom of access and use. By ensuring the right to information, the public domain is a crucial component of democratic politics – but how this occurs is unclear. What information can be used, by whom and under which circumstances? What information should be used?”

Guest editors: Patricia Mindus and Nils Säfström
Extended deadline for submission: January 5, 2016

Source: Nordic Journal of Applied Ethics

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