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For some additional thoughts about collaboration, see this proposal: http://climatecolab.org/contests/2015/climate-collaboration-in-boulder-co/c/proposal/1327114
The MDG goal 8 aimed to develop an "open, rule-based, predictable, non discriminatory trading and financial system".
(page 4 of Partnerships for the SDGs: A legacy review towards realizing the 2030 Agenda).
Knowledge commons aren't traded.
They were missing from the goal, and the "partnership vision".
Let's not repeat this error in the #2030Agenda.
At page 1 of the strategy:
Overarching aim: An efficient, respected international intellectual property system that encourages innovation and creativity while enabling the economy and society to benefit from knowledge and ideas.
Three Key Goals:
- A Well-Functioning International Framework
- Good National Regimes
- Economic and Technological Development
Excerpt from UK Initiative Book in the Actor Atlas: COFOG 04.1.1: Digital Opportunity - A review of Intellectual Property and Growth (Nov. 2010 - May 2011) with a Government Response including: (i) an International Strategy (url (672Kb)); (ii) an IP Crime Strategy ( url (413Kb); and (iii) a Consultation on proposals to change the UK's copyright system (with Closing date March 21, 2012).
In their response (January 14, 2012), Victoria Espinel, Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator at Office of Management and Budget, Aneesh Chopra, U.S. Chief Technology Officer, and Howard Schmidt, Special Assistant to the President and Cybersecurity Coordinator for National Security Staff stress that the important task of protecting intellectual property online must not threaten an open and innovative internet.
For comments on the response, see The White House & SOPA: Reading Between the Lines (by Alex Fitzpatrick, January 16 2012)
See the IP Watch article of Dec. 21,2011 by Rachel Marusak Hermann:
On the opposition to SOPA, see these Scribd collections:
The 14 COMMUNIA policy recommendations are listed at http://www.communia-association.org/recommendations-2/
The President of Russia addressed the leaders of the G20 member states on a new concept concerning the use and protection of the results of intellectual activities on the Internet.
Here a link to the message.
A comment on it, by Paul Keller posted at two places: