Saturday, December 10, 2005

EULAScan - Another Precursor of Open Source Lawyering?

Dennis M. Kennedy at Between Lawyers points to a EULAscan, "a new service that is starting to collect community reviews of End User License Agreements (EULAs)."

Even if you don't get that whole wiki thing, put your imagination to the potential benefits of online repositories of comments, tips and pointers about certain types of agreements, legal situations, issues, forms and the like that would provide some helpful basic guidance and education. That's part of the notion of open source lawyering and Rob is one of the lawyers who has blog the most frequently about the open source lawyering concerpt.

The advantages of something like this for library license agreements seem obvious. Where do we start?

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