The Architecture of Access to Scientific Knowledge
Posted on April 28, 2011 Comments (2)
Larry Lessig speaks at CERN about the proper use of copyright and the moral case for open access. As I have written many times, I strongly believe our society is better off when science is open. I believe we now are allowing a few greedy institution (that seek to restrict science for the benefit of their organization) to pay our politicians to damage society for the benefit of a few donors.
Related: The Future of Scholarly Publication – Toward a More Open Scientific Culture – Why Copyright Extension is a Very Bad Idea – Patent Gridlock is Blocking Developing Lifesaving Drugs – Bad Government, Closed Access – John Conyers Against Open Science – Science Commons – Public Library of Science