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Dutch to Open Government Intellectual Property
Alex Steffen, 23 Oct 04

Leaders from the Dutch parliament have agreed to make most images and programs created by Dutch public braodcasters freely available on the Net:

"Programmes made with public funds belong in the public domain."

I think we should all find this, the BBC's similar moves and the growing movement in universities to distribute their offerings online (such as MIT's OpenCourseWare) incredibly encouraging.

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