[okfn-discuss] a survey about copyright in the digital age: finally the results!
simone.aliprandi at gmail.com
Sun Dec 9 15:55:38 UTC 2012
...and finally, also the complete report of the survey has come into the world!
It is a sort of html website with all the graphs based on the answers.
I hope that it will be useful to truly understand the sense of my work.
Comments are welcome. Sharing of the link is very welcome.
Now I am waiting for the publication of a few articles related to the survey.
Thanks very much. Bye, Simone
Simone Aliprandi - http://www.aliprandi.org
2012/9/4 Simone Aliprandi <simone.aliprandi at gmail.com>:
> Maybe you all need a recap of the previous episodes.
> My name is Simone Aliprandi and I am an Italian independent researcher
> working in the intellectual property field. On February 1, 2011 I
> announced on the web (via several mailing-lists and blog posts) the
> opening of a survey about some sociological issues related to
> copyright in the digital age. It was an online questionnaire that I
> realized as a part of my PhD research. Since that initial announcement
> I have always “solemnly” promised that all the results would be
> released with an “open approach”. Now my PhD program has closed, my
> thesis has been defended, and the data has been adequately processed
> and commented; so it is the moment to publish them, using open content
> licenses, both on the web and in open access journals.
> I realized a small website where you can browse a general presentation
> of the survey and its most interesting results. The website is a sort
> of "blog" and you can leave your comments and suggestion directly in
> its pages. All your comments and suggestions will be very very
> precious, since I am thinking about re-proposing the survey in the
> A few papers and articles based on the data will come soon and will be
> added to the "related articles" page of the website.
> Obviously, feel free to share this announce wherever you want.
> The official link is: http://www.aliprandi.org/copyrightsurvey .
> Thanks, bye.
> Simone Aliprandi - http://www.aliprandi.org
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