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GitHub allows employees to own their own ideas with new IP policy

The United States is a particularly zealous protector of intellectual property rights. Without an express agreement, employers usually own and control works subject to copyright or a “shop right” to use inventions. These IP agreements with employees are weighted heavily towards the employer; companies can control over everything created at any time by employees during their employment period. To some extent, the non-compete clauses in employment contracts even allow companies to claim work done after an employee has left. BEIPA is different because it only claims control of intellectual property created during work hours that directly relates to the company. GitHub notes that employees are creative all of the time; this rewards the innovative and allows them to maintain their autonomy while still retaining a pioneering worker. SEE MORE:  US backs up Oracle in latest API copyright issue against Google GitHub claims this will improve retention, morale, and productivity. In short, employees who feel they need to hide personal projects from bosses are not motivated. GitHub also bluntly noted that “controlling employee side projects unrelated to the business does not contribute to revenue or profit”. That’s not to say GitHub is giving up all intellectual property rights to everything.

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Speaking to Cherwell, Gregg Bayes-Brown of the OUI suggested that the success of universities in contributing to innovation and invention was due to “the strength and resilience of the ideas coming from researchers”. However, he continued: “[Although] funding exists for high quality research, universities face significant obstacles in turning ideas into commercial successes, because they face a lack of capital and support for development and innovation. Related  Wadham lobbies for rusticated students “So many quality ideas being produced by universities simply aren’t taken up and disappear before they can have an impact”. Two years ago Oxford Sciences Innovation (OSI) was founded to support the commercialisation of Oxford’s scientific research. With over £500m the OSI is the world’s largest fund of its kind, and is able to provide vital capital and expertise to develop Oxford’s scientific ideas into market-leading companies. The OUI has also begun to push for greater innovation in the social sciences and humanities. Mark Mann, the Senior Technology Transfer Manager at the OUI, told Cherwell that “increasingly ideas from the humanities are being successfully commercialized”. Mann further pointed to the growing number of humanities based start-ups in the OUI’s business incubator, which supports members of the University who wish to create or develop entrepreneur-driven ventures. Speaking at the OUI’s second Humanities Innovation Challenge Competition, Mann stressed the value of combining ideas from the humanities with new technologies. Despite Oxford’s recent advances, there are fears that a hard Brexit could damage Oxford’s innovation and the progress of university research more widely.

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