Center for the Study of the Public Domain
|Description||The Center for the Study of the Public Domain at Duke Law School is the first university center in the world devoted to the other side of the picture. Founded in September of 2002, as part of the school's wider intellectual property program, its mission is to promote research and scholarship on the contributions of the public domain to speech, culture, science and innovation,
Covering books, movies, music and other aspects in the literature, art and entertainment fields.
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|Submission Date||Jan 12, 2020|
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