Copyrighting "Freedom of Expression" ∼ The endangerment of public resources: who is controlling public meaning?

Rogoschewsky, Tanya; Monster, Tamara
August 2005
Feliciter;2005, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p166
Presents views and insights on the lecture of David Bollier entitled "Librarians as Stewards of the Commons" at the 2005 Canadian Library Association meeting in Calgary, Alberta. Views of new ways to reclaim resources that corporations and states constantly attempting to privatize and commodify; Significance of the role of librarians to act as stewards of an intellectual commons.


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