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IGF 5 November 2020 (Diane Peters presentation) Open COVID Pledge

Presentation on OCP to the Internet Governance Forum

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IGF 5 November 2020 (Diane Peters presentation) Open COVID Pledge

  1. 1. INTRODUCTION TO THE OPEN COVID PLEDGE IGF 2020 Pre-Event #74 Openness as a response to the crisis - open digital initiatives in the time of the pandemic Diane Peters, General Counsel, Creative Commons November 5, 2020
  2. 2. 2 The Open Idea • Researchers, scientists, lawyers, companies, universities and others want to accelerate solutions to Pandemic; IP rights can be impediments • Leverage open licenses practices and community practices • Speed solutions, reduce friction • Open design principles & values • public offer • self-executing • legal robust and enforceable • scalable internationally • standard • time-limited* • limited in scope of use* Centers for Disease Control
  3. 3. 3 “We therefore pledge to make our intellectual property available free of charge for use in ending the COVID-19 pandemic and minimizing the impact of the disease.” (April 7, 2020) https://opencovidpledge.org/ Translations at https://opencovidpledge.org/the-pledge/ The Open COVID Pledge
  4. 4. 4 Patent Pledges Defined • voluntary public commitments • by holders of IP (patents or ©) • to limit the enforcement or utilization of patents or copyrighted-material • without direct compensation • accompanied (here) by an underlying license
  5. 5. 5 Features of the Open COVID Pledge • Pledge + License: can use standard OCL licenses or approved compatible or alternative licenses • Type of IP: patents, copyrights (if elected) and other intellectual property (but not trademark or trade secrets), but IP which the pledgor has the right to grant • Payment: royalty free • Field of use: for (at least) the purpose of ending the “COVID-19 pandemic” (as defined by the World Health Organization) and minimizing the impact of the disease, including without limitation the diagnosis, prevention, containment, and treatment of COVID-19 (includes research) • Defensive suspension upon claim of infringement • Sublicensing: No • Time limited: December 1, 2019 to one year after WHO announces the end of the COVID-19 pandemic, or January 1, 2023, whichever occurs first • Special terms: waiver of exclusivity due to regulatory approval • Governing law: none • More permissions allowed: can always add more permissions, including extension of term
  6. 6. 6 OCP uptake, and as a source of inspiration Coordinated Initiatives with the Open COVID Pledge https://opencovidpledge.org/complementary-efforts/, including Geno Concierge Kyoto Stanford-MIT-Harvard Initiative (~24 universities) Moderna Pledge Upcoming efforts to create pledge for global warming and climate change efforts Open COVID Pledge Adopters OCP-Inspired Parallel Initiatives Based on Open Values
  7. 7. 7 What’s next? • Expanded adoption, internationally • Working with IGOs, e.g., C-TAP, on database • Identifying and highlighting important IP, connecting IP holders with IP seekers • Sharing stories of impact • Leveraging as a model for other crises
  8. 8. Photo by PhotoAtelier, CC BY 8 Questions?diane@creativecommons.org
  9. 9. ocpinfo@creativecommons.org 9
  10. 10. More Resources Reading and Resources: https://opencovidpledge.org/about/ General Information: https://opencovidpledge.org/ News: https://opencovidpledge.org/category/news/ FAQs: https://opencovidpledge.org/faqs/ Connect Follow on Twitter: #opencovidpledge Join OCP on Slack: https://slack-signup.creativecommons.org/ 10

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