Section author: Vedran Miletić
Intelektualno vlasništvo nad softverom, podacima i znanstvenim radovima¶
Pojam intelektualnog vlasništva¶
Autor ovog teksta nije odvjetnik i tekst koji slijedi ne treba uzeti kao pravni savjet na temu aktualnog ili povijesnog zakonodavstva.
U suvremenom društvu na Zapadu i drugdje omogućeno je vlasništvo nad neopipljivim intelektualnim tvorevinama. Intelektualno vlasništvo poznaje dvije vrste prava:
industrijsko vlasništvo (zaštitni znak, patent),
Za početak patentnog prava uzima se britanski Statue of Monopolies iz 1624. godine, a za početak autorskog prava također britanski Statue of Anne iz 1710. godine, poznat i pod nazivom Copyright Act 1710.
Intelektualno vlasništvo nad softverom¶
Vlasnički softveri razvijeni za komercijalne svrhe često imaju nižu cijenu za akademsku upotrebu. Primjerice, kod Gaussiana, cijena akademske licence je otprilike šest puta niža nego cijena komercijalne licence.
S druge strane, kod vlasničkog softvera razvijenog u akademskom okruženju često se sreće shema licenciranja koja definira različite uvjete korištenja u neprofitne (npr. akademska istraživanja) i profitne svrhe (npr. primjena u istraživanja u korporacijama).
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LightDock je danas slobodni softver otvorenog koda licenciran pod licencom GPLv3.
Slobodni softver otvorenog koda¶
Neke od copyleft licenci su:
Neke od ne-copyleft licenci su:
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Problemi autorskih prava¶
Copyright trolls, kompanije koje podižu masovne tužbe s ciljem postizanja nagodbe s optuženima
Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA), prvenstveno zbog gubitka prava na popravak (tzv. “anti-circumvention” provision) i davanja vlasnicima autorskog prava brz i jednostavan način za micanje s interneta sadržaja koji navodno krši njihova autorska prava (tzv. “safe harbors”)
Patent je oblik intelektualnog vlasništa koji vlasniku daje zakonsko pravo da ostalima zabrani stvaranje, korištenje, prodaju i uvoz izuma u zamjenu za javnu objavu izuma. Bazu patenata diljem svijeta moguće je pretraživati pomoću Google Patents.
Patent trollovi, kompanije koje kupe patente koje ne namjeravaju koristiti već samo podižu tužbe za kršenje patenata; prijedlog reforme zakona, prijedlog licence za patente koja rješava problem, a funkcionira unutar postojećeg zakonskog okvira
Zaštitni znak je prepoznatljivi znak, dizajn ili izraz koji razlikuje nečiji proizvod ili uslugu od svih ostalih.
U zajednici slobodnog softvera otvorenog koda postoji nepisano pravilo da se postojeća imena softvera ne dupliciraju, bila registrirana kao zaštitni znak ili ne.
Isto vrijedi i kod odvajanja (tzv. forkanja) projekta, paket uredskih alata OpenOffice.org je postao LibreOffice, program prevoditelj GCC je neko vrijeme bio poznat kao EGCS, a alat za molekularni docking rDock forkan je kao RxDock.
Problemi zaštitnih znakova¶
Autorsko pravo nad podacima¶
Isto kao kod softvera, autorsko pravo nad podacima postoji automatski.
Neke od licenci:
Autorsko pravo nad znanstvenim radovima¶
Isto kao kod softvera i podataka, autorsko pravo nad znanstvenim radovima postoji automatski, ali se često kod objave prebacuje na izdavača (npr. Elsevier, Springer, American Chemical Society (ACS), Cell Press, Nature).
Kod radova objavljenim u otvorenom pristupu (engl. open access, kraće OA) prebacivanja autorskih prava na izdavača nema (npr. MDPI, PLOS, detaljnije za časopis PLOS ONE, PeerJ). Najčešće se koristi licenca Creative Commons Attribution.
Aaron Swartz je 2011. godine iskoristio svoj pristup radovima na MIT-u da sistematsi preuzme velik broj radova s ciljem da ih učini dostupnim javnosti zbog čega je bio uhićen od strane MIT-eve policije i optužen od strane Federalne vlade SAD-a. 2013. godine je počinio samoubojstvo, ali je ostao jedna od značajnih ličnosti u borbi za otvoreni pristup znanstvenim radovima.
Otvoreni pristup dolazi u različitim varijantama koje imaju nazive po bojama: zlatni (pravi otvoreni pristup), zeleni (pravo na vlastito arhiviranje), hibridni (dio radova u otvorenom pristupu, dio ne), brončani (radovi prelaze u otvoreni pristup nakon određenog vremena), dijamantni/platinasti (autor plaća da bude u otvorenom pristupu), crni (piratstvo, npr. Sci-Hub koji je razvila Alexandra Elbakayan i koji je vrlo popularan unatoč svom statusu pred zakonom, Elsevierova tužba, ACS-ova tužba).