Just Copyleft, cultura libera e diritto d’autore – Turin, June 29th-30th, July 1st @Border Radio

Dear All,

on June the 29th our project “Open Literature” is guest of Border Radio for a talk on public domain and  public copyright licenses. 

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Cari tutti,

il 29 giugno p.v. il nostro progetto Open Literature è ospite di Border Radio in un talk sul pubblico dominio e licenze libere. Info c/o

“Just Copyleft. Musica, cinema e talk
tra pubblico dominio, licenze libere e tutela alternativa del diritto d’autore”,

29 giugno – 1 luglio 2018
presso il centro culturale Comala, c.so Ferrucci 65/A Torino


Comunicato stampa Just Copyleft – 29giugno_1luglio @BorderRadio

Social Network and Literary Research

Dear all,

I would like to share with you this book about Digital Literatures & Cultures .  I would like to know your opinion about it. See the full text “Open Literature” at following link


Warm wishes!

Liebe Alle,

ich freue mich,  folgendes Buch betitelt “Open Literature” zu Digitalen Literaturen & Kultur  mit Ihnen teilen zu dürfen. Ich würde mich auf feed-backs Ihrerseits freuen!


Bis bald!


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