Lawyer, expert in intellectual property.

Javier de la Cueva took part in the round table Design: Licenses, Copyright and New Formulas.

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Javier de la Cueva (Madrid, 1962) works as a lawyer. In his hands he has had the defence, among others, of Ladinamo (first ruling to recognise Copyleft), of Sharemula (which confirmed that websites with links to p2p network archives are not committing a crime and the p2p network developer Pablo Soto. Creator and driving force of Procedimientos Libres (Free Procedures), whose first procedure was a lawsuit against the levy in digital media, is currently dedicated, in addition to his work as a lawyer, to programming a variety of projects such as the Kelsen Project (legal information management framework under AGPL licence), the Free Legal Ontology, to maintaining the catalogue of Opengov.es and to designing Praeter Orwell. He is also a professor in the Master of Digital Economy and Creative Industries at the School of Industrial Organisation, lecturer, user of GNU/Linux since 1998 and systems administrator under this operative system since 2003. He writes his scripts on Python.

www.derecho-internet.org   /   www.javierdelacueva.es   /   @jdelacueva

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