The concept of open editing from the copyright viewpoint

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The concept of open editing from the copyright viewpoint is a 2007 journal article by N.A. Polukarova and published in Automatic Documentation and Mathematical Linguistics.

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The principles of open editing in wiki technology are described as illustrated by the example of Wikipedia, a popular free Web encyclopedia. Information is given about {GNU} software, Uniform Computer Information Transaction Act, licenses for free software and their corresponding free user manuals, as well as about legal issues arising in connection with the free documentation license.

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