The International Free and Open Source Software Law Review (IFOSS L. Rev.) is a collaborative legal publication aiming to increase knowledge and understanding among lawyers about Free and Open Source Software issues. Topics covered include copyright, licence implementation, licence interpretation, software patents, open standards, case law and statutory changes.
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Publication of Eighth Issue - International Free and Open Source Software Law Review
|The Editorial Committee is delighted to announce the eighth issue (Volume 5, Issue 2) of the 'International Free and Open Source Software Law Review' (IFOSS L. Rev.), which is now available here.|
Vol 8, No 1 (2016)
Table of Contents
|Software, copyright and the learning environment: an analysis of the IT contracts Swedish schools impose on their students and the implications for FOSS||XHTML PDF|
|Andrew Katz, Björn Lundell, Jonas Gamalielsson||1-28|
|Twenty-five years of school? Analysis of Free and Open Source software license texts|