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Creative Commons - Some Rights Reserved
Creative Commons - Some Rights Reserved
Creative Commons - Some Rights Reserved
Creative Commons - Some Rights Reserved
Creative Commons - Some Rights Reserved
Creative Commons - Some Rights Reserved
Creative Commons - Some Rights Reserved
Creative Commons - Some Rights Reserved
Creative Commons - Some Rights Reserved
Creative Commons - Some Rights Reserved
Creative Commons - Some Rights Reserved
Creative Commons - Some Rights Reserved
Creative Commons - Some Rights Reserved
Creative Commons - Some Rights Reserved
Creative Commons - Some Rights Reserved
Creative Commons - Some Rights Reserved
Creative Commons - Some Rights Reserved
Creative Commons - Some Rights Reserved
Creative Commons - Some Rights Reserved
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Creative Commons - Some Rights Reserved

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A quick overview of what Creative Commons does and how to use it.

A quick overview of what Creative Commons does and how to use it.

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  • 1. Creative Commons (CC) is a non-profit organization devoted to expanding the range of creative works available for others to build upon legally and to share A Shared Culture http://creativecommons.org/asharedculture/
  • 2. Some Rights Reserved
  • 3. Creative Commons (CC) is a non-profit organization devoted to expanding the range of creative works available for others to build upon legally and to share
  • 4. This is The White Stripes
  • 5. This is Steve McDonald
  • 6. What About the Rest of Us?
  • 7. All Rights Reserved
    • Completely Restrictive
    • Late 80’s Copyright Law
  • 8. Some Rights Reserved
    • U.S. Copyright Office – “Get Creative.”
    • Opens Works to Some Public Use
    • Skips the Intermediaries
    • Creative Commons is Free
  • 9. CC Divisions Allows others to use your work, as long as they credit you for the original creation Others may not use your work for commercial purposes Others must pass along your work unchanged and whole Others must license their new creations under identical terms
  • 10. CC Plays Well With Others
    • Will not conflict with other agreements (unless exclusive)
    • CC = “Unless you have another agreement with me, these are the things you can do with my work.”
  • 11. License Your Work
  • 12. Creative Successes
    • MIT/Rice
    • Cory Doctorow
    • Translated into International Legal Systems
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  • 17. My Info Twitter: @blakepalmer Email: [email_address] Facebook: profile.to/blakepalmer Blog: lunaweb.wordpress.com
  • 18. Attributions Creative Commons Luis Carlos Diaz El Mariachi 94
  • 19. Thank You Q&A

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