Creative Commons
Free Cultural Works
Arianit Dobroshi
Licensed under
Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
International License
Copyright
- Copyright
● vs. patents vs. registered marks
● History
● Automatism
● The Public Domain
- Elements
● Economic ...
Graph by Paul Heald
Copyleft
- In software
- In culture
- Building upon
Creative Commons Licenses 1/2
- Can permit: copying, distribution, editing, remixing, and
building upon
- Elements:
- BY (...
Creative Commons Licenses 2/2
- CC-BY (Most freedom granting, but no copyleft)
- CC-BY-SA (Wikipedia, Copyleft)
- CC-BY-ND...
Legal Code Translation
- 4.0 is waiting for you
- First translation draft, public comment period, official
translation, su...
Questions?
Thank you!
arianit2.wordpress.com
@arianitd
Resources
- Affiliate resources http://wiki.creativecommons.org/Affiliates
- Affiliate Self Assessment Tool http://wiki.cr...
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This presentation is dedicated to creators who would like their cultural work to be freely licensed. It starts by addressing key concepts of the copyright law, public domain, copyleft, the commons and Creative Commons licenses. It explains key features of these licenses, what they should be used for, the differences between v. 3.0 and 4.0 of the licenses, what are the Creative Commons licenses (rights grants) at your disposal and why you should be using copyleft, and what it takes to use them in jurisdictions like Albania. The presentation will also mention the details of opening a Creative Commons chapter in Albania in order to promote these kinds of work.

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Arianit Dobroshi - Creative Commons (OSCAL2014)

  1. 1. Creative Commons Free Cultural Works Arianit Dobroshi Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License
  2. 2. Copyright - Copyright ● vs. patents vs. registered marks ● History ● Automatism ● The Public Domain - Elements ● Economic rights ● Moral rights
  3. 3. Graph by Paul Heald
  4. 4. Copyleft - In software - In culture - Building upon
  5. 5. Creative Commons Licenses 1/2 - Can permit: copying, distribution, editing, remixing, and building upon - Elements: - BY (Attribution) - SA (Share Alike AKA Copyleft) - NC (Non Commercial) - ND (No Derivatives) - 6 Licences & 1 Legal Deed (Public Domain) - v. 3.0 vs. v. 4.0
  6. 6. Creative Commons Licenses 2/2 - CC-BY (Most freedom granting, but no copyleft) - CC-BY-SA (Wikipedia, Copyleft) - CC-BY-ND (Opinion pieces) - CC-BY-NC - CC-NC-SA - CC-NC-ND
  7. 7. Legal Code Translation - 4.0 is waiting for you - First translation draft, public comment period, official translation, supplementary materials, publication - Becoming a CC Affiliate Team is an option: a public lead, a technical lead, an NGO - Affiliate agreement - Work plan aka Roadmap
  8. 8. Questions? Thank you! arianit2.wordpress.com @arianitd
  9. 9. Resources - Affiliate resources http://wiki.creativecommons.org/Affiliates - Affiliate Self Assessment Tool http://wiki.creativecommons. org/images/1/1c/Self_Assessment_Tool.pdf - Licenses translation http://wiki.creativecommons.org/Form:4.0_Translation - Creative Commons: a user guide, a free book by Simone Aliprandi - Free Culture, a free book by Lawrence Lessig - Finding CC-licensed work http//search.creativecommons.org
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