ifrOSS offers lectures about all legal issues related to free software as well related policy issues. Depending on the audience lectures can either be tailored towards practical legal advice or policy issues. Apart from more general lectures about the basic legal issues of open source software, more specialized lectures are also possible such as:
- The scope of the copyleft clause of the GNU GPL
- Liability and warranty when distributing free software
- Competition law issues of public institutions when dealing with open source/li>
- Rights management at universities: Open Source, Open Content as a model
- Open Source and patent law
- The new contractual copyright law and free software: The linux clause
- Copyright in an era of information technology
- "Computer-implemented inventions" and the future european patent law.
- Open Source and International Copyright law
- The copyright policy of the European Union
- Copyright reform in Germany: Contractual copyright law, Infosoc-directive, "Second amendment"
- Open Source and Austrian law
- Rechtliche Probleme des E-Learning
- Open Content: License free content, creative commons, etc.
A selection of lectures and talks in the year 1999:
- „Fair Use“, T. Kreutzer, One World Festival 2004, 20.11.2004