To raise the awareness of a wide array of public audience on the relationship between Intellectual Property (IP) and development on the international level, with a special focus on Access to Knowledge, for the purposes of promoting innovation and creativity and stimulating the development of an inclusive knowledge society in the Arab world.
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"Knowledge will forever govern ignorance; and a people who mean to be their own governors must arm themselves with the power which knowledge gives." James Madison
By: Michael W. Carroll for PLOS
Sharing research data by depositing it in connection with a published article or otherwise making data publicly available sometimes raises intellectual property questions in the minds of depositing researchers, their employers, their funders, and other researchers who seek to reuse research data. In this context or in the drafting of data management plans, common questions are (1) what are the legal rights in data; (2) who has these rights; and (3) how does one with these rights use them to share data in a way that permits or encourages productive downstream uses?
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