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An important development (*) that may have serious impacts on many forms of Digital DIY:
[In July 2016] the UK government extended copyright for designs from 25 years to the life of the designer plus 70 years. In practice, this is likely to mean a copyright term of over 100 years for furniture and other designed objects.
An interesting contest launched for Maker Faire Rome 2016 gives even more perspective to evaluate the future of DiDIY in healthcare, and also some insights for our Organization and Work research package.