Questioning Information Freedom
Total of 2 pages.
Please write a brief summary of what the readings are about for each of them, so I could know what the readings are talking about. And also write an analysis for each of them. Thank you!
There is also description of the course, so you could have a better understanding if what this course is about.
There are three readings, one is the attached pdf, the other two are links below.
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Anderson, J. (2010) I. Introduction and II. Examples of Misuses of Traditional Knowledge. Indigenous/Tradition Knowledge and Intellectual Property (Issues Paper). Durham, N.C.: Center for the Study of the Public Domain, Duke University School of Law. (pp. 1-15 only).
This book looks at the indigenous/traditional understanding and intellectual property law are intertwined in this article, and it’s a challenging issue for lawyers today. Intellectual property law has never had to deal with anything like the challenges raised by indigenous knowledge safeguarding considerations.
Maintaining, controlling, protecting, and developing indigenous cultural heritage is a fundamental right of indigenous peoples, along with their scientific and technological achievements, as well as the fruits of their labors, such as human and inherited genetic resources, plant seeds and medicines, knowledge of natural phenomena, oral traditions, literature and artistic creations such as sports and traditional games (Anderson, 2010). Indigenous knowledge and traditional cultural manifestations are all part of the cultural legacy that these countries are entitled to safeguard and preserve.