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Interview with Kyle Courtney – Copyright Advisor for Harvard and HarvardX

This week Degree of Freedom interview is with Kyle Courtney, Copyright Advisor to Harvard University (including HarvardX). As hinted at yesterday, copyright (and other forms of intellectual property law) represent the biggest legal minefield for massive open online education.  Infringement that might have once been given a pass in the lecture hall now represents enormous […]

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MOOCs and the Law

If MOOCs are so great, how come no one has been sued over them yet? This sentiment is meant mostly in jest.  I say “mostly” because creators of other great innovations and new industries in the past have only been seen to have “made it” when someone finds them worth dragging into court. While the […]

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