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For the "Digital Organ", Bernhard used mainly music from the 1920ies to avoid legal problems.

Bernhard Pusch, Linz, Student of Interface Culture.

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The Digital Public Domain

Book published, available for download and reading

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The Digital Public Domain | 2012-04-01 01:00

Book published, available for download and reading

For three years, academics, lawyers and IT people have met several times in various cities in Europe to exchange and develop strategies for copyright in the digital age. The COMMUNIA consortium finally founded an association, based in Brussels, to lobby for the creation and preservation of the public domain.

We are glad, that a comprehensive book has been published, please find the announcement here. You can order it online, download a pdf or read it online here.

The contribution of the RegisteredCommons team is:
Roland Alton Scheidl, Joe Benso and Martin Springer: The Value of Registering Creative Works. In: Melanie Dulong de Rosnay and Juan Carlos De Martin (Eds.): The Digital Public Domain: Foundations for an Open Culture, p189-204. Open Book Publishers, Cambridge.