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Multiple German Courts Rule Photos Of Public Domain Works Are Not In The Public Domain

Originally published on techdirt.com Back in November 2015, we wrote about a bad situation in Germany, where a museum in Mannheim was suing the Wikimedia Foundation over photos of public domain works of art, which were uploaded to Wikimedia Commons. ...

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The Wikipedia Gender Gap

“The average Wikipedia editor is a well-educated white male. Well-educated white males have been writing history and the story of the world since ancient times” Sarah Stierch Wikipedia has been a turning point in how we collect our knowledge in ...

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How to shake up Women in Computing ratio – Eva’s top 5 influencers

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To celebrate International Womens’ Day, here is my top 5 badass women who changed the world to be a better, healthier and more equal place, here are Eva Pascoe’s (our own female digital pioneer) top 5:       Maria ...

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Women Can Edit! – Wikipedia Science Conference 2015

By Karolina Janicka @thissmileyface I recently attended the Wikimedia Science Conference in London. My first reflex was to count every single woman that walked into the room and stayed. I lost count, but although it wasn’t an overwhelming amount and ...

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DIGITAL REVOLUTION: How far we’ve come

Jim Boulton, co-curator of the recent Barbican exhibition Digital Revolution, on the the influences behind the exhibition and how far we’ve come in terms of a digital culture. I was lucky enough to be involved with Digital Revolution this summer, ...

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