You can't quite do this, for several reasons.
Boards are not project aretfacts, they are not "in projects", they're independent entities, which may include several boards.
Also, a board is not a container for issues. It selects them from the projects behind it.
So, to "copy the information", technically, all you need to do is create a new board and give it the same filter as the other one. I doubt this is what you want though, as there is only one set of issues behind both boards.
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