This has been an exceptionally busy week, but I don't want some important stories to fall through the cracks:
- The NY Times on how courts are citing Wikipedia entries with growing frequency, while Simon Chester at Slaw provides a comparative Commonwealth look at the issue.
- Romania's President tells Bill Gates that piracy helped build his country's IT industry.
- The Chilean Library of Congress adopts a Creative Commons license for all its content.
- How DRM is used to lock down the 9/11 Commission report.
- Larry Lessig on orphan works reform in the U.S.