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Free Software, Copyleft and Copyright --- and why you shouldn't call it "intellectual property"

by Matt Lee Contributions Published on Oct 05, 2005 04:43 PM
Richard will be speaking at the School of Law at Boston University regarding the copyleft and copyright movements. BU Law School: 765 Commonwealth Avenue Boston, MA The above address is actually a plaza in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Walk through the Plaza (toward the river), going through the archways and down a few steps: the very tall building to the left is the Law Tower, and the law school auditorium is in the attached short building next to it. By MBTA (the "T" subway system): Take the "B" Green Line (towards Boston College) to the BU Central T stop. This lets you off immediately in front of the MLK Jr. Plaza.
When Oct 11, 2005
from 02:10 AM to 03:45 AM
Where Boston University Law School Auditorium
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Contact Phone 617-542-5942
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