Center for the Public Domain

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The Center for the Public Domain was a charitable foundation founded in 1999 by Bob Young as the Red Hat Center.[1][2] It provided free online legal resources, sponsored public domain spaces on the Internet, and campaigned for copyright reforms.[3][4][5]

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  1. ^ Sally Richards (2002). Futurenet: the past, present, and future of the Internet as told by its creators and visionaries. John Wiley and Sons. pp. 99–100, 215. 
  2. ^ David Bollier (2009). Viral spiral: how the commoners built a digital republic of their own. The New Press. p. 102. 
  3. ^ Debora Jean Halbert (2005). Resisting intellectual property. Psychology Press. pp. 38,176. ISBN 0-415-70127-9. 
  4. ^ Patricia Aufderheide, Peter Jaszi (2011). Reclaiming Fair Use: How to Put Balance Back in Copyright. University of Chicago Press. p. 52. 
  5. ^ Robin Mansell, Marc Raboy, eds. (2011). The Handbook of Global Media and Communication Policy. John Wiley & Sons. ISBN 1-4443-9542-4. 

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