La création comme bien commun universel - Réflexions sur un modèle émergent

Abstract : The international critique in the Intellectual Property domain is growing: rights are too strong, too exclusive (overpropertization), too difficult to manage in the digital world. Within the European Union, the French transposition draft of the 2001 Copyright Directive does not seem to bring a common and shared solution, notably on the implementation of the concept of "cultural diversity". New solutions must be analyzed from the point of view of various actors on the web. Debates on author rights and on-line cultural practices oppose two economic approaches: one is based on sharing, the other on the market. Cannot these two approaches be reconciliated by solutions such as Creative Commons? We will see some of the main points of this debate.
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Danièle Bourcier, Melanie Dulong de Rosnay. La création comme bien commun universel - Réflexions sur un modèle émergent. Danièle Bourcier, Melanie Dulong de Rosnay. International Commons at the Digital Age - La création comme bien commun à l'ère numérique, Romillat, pp.85-94, 2004, Droit et Technologies. ⟨halshs-00120063⟩

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