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bTheMedia - documentation

  1. 1. 8  de  junio  de  2011    2011,  the  year  we  took  the  media  free  and    open  licenses  
  2. 2. 1.  intro:  s.XV  –  s.XXI  2.  intellectual  property  vs.  information  control  3.  2011:  with  the  15M  and  Occupy  Movements  a  BIG  change  came…  4.  free  and  open  licenses  5.  some  use  examples  6.  a  last  thought…  
  3. 3. 3  Johannes  Gutenberg    (c.1368  –  1450)  
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  5. 5. 5  RFCs  Requests  For  Comments  (Internet  Engenieering  Task  Force)    WWW  (Tim  Berners-­‐Lee  /    Robert  Cailliau)    
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  7. 7. There  is  a  FALSE  ight  for  the  intellectual  property,    it’s  all  about    the    control  of  information  7  
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  9. 9. Sinde-­‐Wert  Law  ACTA  SOPA  PIPA  Hadopi  Lleras  Law  IT’s  WAR!  9  whatever  Law…  
  10. 10. Ley  Sinde-­‐Wert  ACTA  SOPA  PIPA  Hadopi  Lleras  Law  IT’s  WAR!  10  Leys    ss  r  Law…  
  11. 11. 11  Some  examples  on  how    IP  Laws  are  been  used    for  –NON  IP–  purposes  
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  14. 14. Use  of  Technologies    of  Information  and  Telecommunications  in  the  15M  and  Occupy  movements  14  
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  16. 16. ‘15M:  Excelente.  Revulsivo.  Importante’    “we  are  the  media”  (7’)  16  
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  24. 24. 24  copyleft  +  documentation  
  25. 25. 25  Licence  “The verb license or grant license means to give permission.The noun license or licence refers to that permission as well as tothe document recording that permission. A license may be grantedby a party ("licensor") to another party ("licensee") as an elementof an agreement between those parties. A shorthand definitionof a license is "an authorization (by the licensor) to use thelicensed material (by the licensee).” […] A licensor may granta license under intellectual property laws to authorize a use (suchas copying software or using a (patented) invention) to a licensee,sparing the licensee from a claim of infringement brought by thelicensor. A license under intellectual property commonly hasseveral components beyond the grant itself, including a term,territory, renewal provisions, and other limitations”  
  26. 26. 26  TO  LICENSE  ≠  TO  REGISTER  The  registration  of  a  work  provides  protection    of  intellectual  property  rights,  giving  legal  notice    of  the  existence  of  the  registered  rights    to  a  concrete  author  and  date.  the  citizen‘X’    registered  on  his  name  the  work‘Y’  in  the  date  and  hour‘Z’  
  27. 27. 27  ORIGIN  OF  FREE  LICENCES:    SOFTWARE  
  28. 28. 28  Richard  Matthew  Stallman  (RMS),  Free  Software  Foundation    FOTOS:  Wikimedia  Foundation    
  29. 29. 29  
  30. 30. 30  First  formal  de5inition  of  FREE  SOFTWARE    (Richard  Stalman,  Free  Software  Foundation,  1986)    Freedom  0:  The  freedom  to  run  the  program  for  any  purpose.  Freedom  1:  The  freedom  to  study  how  the  program  works,  and  change  it                                                              to  make  it  do  what  you  wish.  Freedom  2:  The  freedom  to    redistribute  copies    so  you  can  help                                                      your  neighbor.  Freedom  3:  The  freedom  to  improve  the  program,  and  release  your                                                      improvements  (and  modi5ied  versions  in  general)  to  the                                                        public,  so  that  the  whole  community  bene5its.  FUENTE:  FSF  
  31. 31. 31  from  FREE  SOFTWARE            to  FREE  CULTURE  
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  33. 33. 33  Lawrence  Lessig,  Harvard  University,  Creative  Commons    FOTOS:  Wikimedia  Foundation    
  34. 34. 34  from  FREE  SOFTWARE          to  FREE  CULTURE      …and  n  2011  we  has  a  new  evolution  and  came  to    “FREE  POLITICS”*  *  but  this  is  another  story…  
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  36. 36. Some  characteristics  of  Creative  Commons  Licences      •  Free  use  (free  as  in  beer  and  as  in  freedom)  •  Don´t  need  to  be  deposited  or  registered  •  For  global  use  (UNPORTED)  or  territorial  (ES  for  Spain)  •  Only  affect  patrimonial  rights.  They  don´t  touch  moral  rights.    CC  licenses  and  are  valid  until  the  work  passes  to  public  domain.  •  Not  recommended  for  software  (see:  fsf.org)  36  
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  40. 40. 40  The  three  layers  of  Creative  Commons  licences  
  41. 41. 41  Chosing  a  license:   chosen  license,  logo  +  code  MACHINE    readable  
  42. 42. 42  Chosing  a  license:   human  language  HUMAN  readable  
  43. 43. 43  Chosing  a  license:   full  legal  text  LEGAL  code  
  44. 44. 44  Case  Study:  ¿Who  is  using  Creative    Commons  licenses?  Case  Study:  ¿Who  is  using  Creative  Commons?  
  45. 45. 45  Case  Study:  ¿Who  is  using  Creative  Commons?  
  46. 46. 46  Case  Study:  ¿Who  is  using  Creative  Commons?  
  47. 47. 47  Case  Study:  ¿Who  is  using  Creative  Commons?  
  48. 48. 48  Case  Study:  ¿Who  is  using  Creative  Commons?  
  49. 49. 49  Case  Study:  ¿Who  is  using  Creative  Commons?  
  50. 50. 50  Case  Study:  ¿Who  is  using  Creative  Commons?  
  51. 51. 51  Case  Study:  ¿Who  is  using  Creative  Commons?  
  52. 52. 52  Case  Study:  ¿Who  is  using  Creative  Commons?  
  53. 53. 53  Case  Study:  ¿Who  is  using  Creative  Commons?  
  54. 54. 54  Case  Study:  ¿Who  is  using  Creative  Commons?  
  55. 55. 55  Case  Study:  ¿Who  is  using  Creative  Commons?  
  56. 56. 56  Case  Study:  ¿Who  is  using  Creative  Commons?  
  57. 57. 57  Case  Study:  ¿Who  is  using  Creative  Commons?  
  58. 58. 58  Case  Study:  ¿Who  is  using  Creative  Commons?  
  59. 59. 59  Case  Study:  ¿Who  is  using  Creative  Commons?  
  60. 60. A  last  thought  about  the  importance  of  having  our    own  free  technologies    wordpress  (self  hosted),  identi.ca,  N-­‐1,…    streaming      watch  out  for  the  ‘standarts’…!  be  awake  in  the  next  future!  <-­‐  this  is  our  next  big  ight!!    60  
  61. 61. web:    www.steph.es    twitter:    @fanetin    licencia  de  la  presentación:    fotos,  grá`icos  y  capturas  de  pantalla:  ©  de  sus  autores  thank  you!  http://acorta.net/bthemedia  

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