Juan Carlos FERNÁNDEZ-MOLINA (Universidad de Granada)

Two competing perspectives of information are analysed. First, the opposition among considering it a human right, so all people should access to it regardless of their economic power, or a commodity, to which only can access who can pay for it. In the same vein, the dichotomy between private or shared property of information is examined, specially meaningful in the intellectual property and copyright legislation field.

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