New International Free and Open Source SoftwareLaw Review

Andrew Katz of the new International Free and Open Source Software Law Review says, “OK, so it’s not going to appear in airport bookstalls any time soon, but we think that the launch of the Review is a pretty big step forward for openness, and a sign that (1) free and open source software is moving into the mainstream; and (2) even lawyers can adopt a collaborative model and create something both free as in freedom, and as in beer.”[boingboing]

The site describes this law review as:

The International Free and Open Source Software Law Review (IFOSS L. Rev.) is a collaborative legal publication aiming to increase knowledge and understanding among lawyers about Free and Open Source Software issues. Topics covered include copyright, licence implementation, license interpretation, software patents, open standards, case law and statutory changes.

Read more about the International Free and Open Source Software Law Review.

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