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Socially owned intellectual property is software and techniques which are accessible to individuals and groups engaged in trade. Software is subject to [[copyright]] but some software is in the [[public domain]] or considered not subject to copyright. Many programs have been licensed under [[open source]] copyright licenses. Software and techniques use in [[robotics]] is especially important.
 
Socially owned intellectual property is software and techniques which are accessible to individuals and groups engaged in trade. Software is subject to [[copyright]] but some software is in the [[public domain]] or considered not subject to copyright. Many programs have been licensed under [[open source]] copyright licenses. Software and techniques use in [[robotics]] is especially important.
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==See also==
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[[Internet monopolies]]
  
 
==External links and further reading==
 
==External links and further reading==
 
*[http://www.cendi.gov/publications/09-1FAQ_OpenSourceSoftware_FINAL_110109.pdf "Frequently Asked Questions about Copyright and Computer Software]: Issues Affecting the U.S. Government with Special Emphasis on Open Source Software"
 
*[http://www.cendi.gov/publications/09-1FAQ_OpenSourceSoftware_FINAL_110109.pdf "Frequently Asked Questions about Copyright and Computer Software]: Issues Affecting the U.S. Government with Special Emphasis on Open Source Software"
  
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Latest revision as of 02:52, 17 August 2016

Socially owned intellectual property is software and techniques which are accessible to individuals and groups engaged in trade. Software is subject to copyright but some software is in the public domain or considered not subject to copyright. Many programs have been licensed under open source copyright licenses. Software and techniques use in robotics is especially important.

See also

Internet monopolies

External links and further reading