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Public domain and World Wide Web

Quick follow-up of my post on the creation of a non-free public domain.

20 years ago today, the CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) released the World Wide Web in the public domain. What better example than that to illustrate the importance of the public domain in our everyday lives?

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Source: Twenty years of a free, open web

Photo: copyleft, by Alex via Flickr (CC BY)

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