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  1. 1. <ul><li>by Jongsoo(Jay) Yoon </li></ul><ul><li>[email_address] </li></ul><ul><li>twitter @iwillbe99 </li></ul><ul><li> </li></ul> IPR and Commons
  2. 2. Analysis
  3. 3. 텍스트 텍스트 Tragedy of the Commons
  4. 4. commons non exclusion but rivalry Tragedy of the Commons private ownership government regulation self regulation overconsumption
  5. 5. private ownership government regulation self regulation Elinor Ostrom privatization with the market pine tree protection association “ Governing the Commons” transaction cost monopoly of the infrastrucure common goods as the infrastructure Tragedy of the Commons control by public authorities
  6. 6. http://creative Free Ride on the Commons
  7. 7. commons non exclusion and non rivalry intellectual property supply by goverment public subsidies underproduction Free Ride on the Commons
  8. 8. intellectual property as the exclusive right public supply public subsidies public funds privatization with the market patronage system open science public goods as the infrastructure financial incentive for innovation and creativity Free Ride on the Commons through public organizations
  9. 9. non exclusion rivalry non exclusion non rivalry underprodution overconsumption incentive regulation Physical Commons and Intellectual Commons infrastructure infrastructure
  10. 10. IC IP innovation creativity infrastructure resource IC(intellectual commons) and IP(intellectual property) economy
  11. 11. IC(intellectual commons) and IP(intellectual property) <ul><li>IC is different from PC(physical commons), as IP is different </li></ul><ul><li>from PP(physical property) </li></ul><ul><li>IC is not by-product of IP </li></ul><ul><li>IP is from IC </li></ul><ul><li>IC is infrastructure for IP itself as well as innovation </li></ul><ul><ul><li>and creativity </li></ul></ul><ul><li>IP should be IC asap </li></ul><ul><li>Both IP and IC are for innovation and creativity </li></ul>
  12. 12. Scheme
  13. 13. Creativity Innovation Resource Access Use 텍스트 텍스트 IPR IPR Intellectual Property Scheme Ownership exclusive rights
  14. 14. get permission
  15. 15. or
  16. 16. DIE / nd/2.0/
  17. 17. talents crafts production IPR creativity innovation centralized industrialized exclusive
  18. 18. Creativity Innovation Resource Access Use 텍스트 텍스트 open open Open Culture & Science Scheme with or without pay
  19. 19. experience & information insight free thinking realization creativity innovation decentralized diversity
  20. 20. freedom of information freedom of communication exclusive creativity open creativity collaborative creativity free creativity
  21. 21. Balance
  22. 22. Out of the Balance transaction costs monopoly of the Infrastrucutre increasing costs for the innovation and creativity obstacles to the incremental and cumulative innovation hindrance to the cultural diversity market failure
  23. 23. extension of objects and periods patent for software and BM TPM micky mouse act putting the cart before the horse patent troll patent as a defensive measure copyright against free expression destruction of the commons aggressive IP policy e.g. Bay-Dole Act glovalization of IP digital contents on the internet Out of the Balance
  24. 24. not licensed by CCL Tragedy of the Non Commons
  25. 25. property rule exclusive right liability rule compulsory license ACS (alternative compensation system) free use with compensation various schemes opt-in, opt-out or mandatory by the law right for the compensation (1) trying to keep the Balance
  26. 26. enjoy
  27. 27. but
  28. 28.
  29. 29. IPR to exclude IPR to prevent the exclusion (2) trying to keep the balance new strategy with various motives
  30. 30. satisfy conditions
  31. 31. and
  32. 32. FREE p://
  33. 35. not licensed under CCL
  34. 36. World Business Council for Sustainable Development )
  35. 37. not licensed by CCL
  36. 38. Blues Sky Commission proposed by Prof. Lessig
  37. 39. <ul><li>In the short term, to ‘actively support voluntary licensing’ schemes like Creative Commons </li></ul><ul><li>Secondly, for WIPO to establish a ‘blue sky commission’ to look into reforming copyright for the digital age. </li></ul>
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  39. 41. IC IP innovation creativity infrastructure resource economy
  40. 42. Copyright by Jay Yoon( ) Except where otherwise noted, content o n t his work is licensed under a creative commons attribution South Korea 2.0 license ( .