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Faculty Scholarships

Author: Shun-Ling Chen

Articles in Books
  • The Wikimedia Foundation and the Self-Governing Wikipedia Community:  A Dynamic Relationship Under Constant Negotiation, in Critical Point of View:  A Wikipedia Reader 351 (Geert Lovink & Nathaniel Tkacz eds., 2011).
    Available at: SSRN | Other Link
  • The Tsou (Taiwan), in Addressing the Land Claims of Indigenous Peoples 93 (Lawrence Susskind & Isabelle Anguelovski eds., 2008).
    Available at: Link
  • Launching Creative Commons Taiwan:  Background, Experience, and Challenge, in International Commons at the Digital Age 51 (Danièle Bourcier & Mélanie Dulong de Rosnay eds., 2004) (co-author, with Tyng-Ruey Chuang, Ching-Yuan Huang, & Yi-Hsuan Lin).
    Available at: Link
  • Collaborative Authorship:  From Folklore to the Wikiborg, 2011 U. Ill. J.L. Tech & Pol'y 131.
    Available at: SSRN
  • Wikipedia:  A Republic of Science Democratized, 20 Alb. L.J. Sci. & Tech. 247 (2010).
    Available at: SSRN
  • Self-Governing Online communities in Web 2.0:  Privacy, Anonymity and Accountability in Wikipedia, 20 Alb. L.J. Sci. & Tech. 421 (2010).
  • To Surpass or to Conform - What are Public Licenses for?, 2009 U. Ill. J.L. Tech & Pol'y 107.
    Available at: SSRN
  • Freedom as a Self-Sustainable Community:  The Free Software Movement and Its Challenge to Copyright Law, 4 Policy Futures in Education 337 (2006), updated & reprinted in Global Knowledge Cultures 161 (Cushla Capitzke & Michael A. Peters eds., 2007).
    Available at: Link
Other Writings
  • Empowering Citizens with Data:  An Open Government Data Handbook (2013).
  • Free and Open Software Licensing Primer (2006).

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