I really enjoy religious education professor Mary Hess's Tensegrities blog. Yesterday she promoted a new World Council of Churches publication Love to Share, of which she herself is a contributor. You may download it here as a PDF and it is licensed in such a way that you may share copies.
Get past the typically overwrought WCC/UN/UNESCO-type rhetoric at the front and very quickly this report considers conflicting demands of intellectual property rights, the desire for Christians of different places and confessions to share resources, and the biblical value of "holding all things in common."
I'm only about a third of the way through, but as one who discounts the proprietary approach to Christian liturgy, I'm keen to finish.