Assessing CC Adoption in Asia (Manila)

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  • 1. Assessing CC Adoption in Asia (and the World) Giorgos Cheliotis Communications and New Media National University of Singapore [email_address] Presented at Commons Crossroads meeting Manila, 5-6 Feb 2009
  • 2. Agenda
    • Show some stats on CC adoption in Asia vis-a-vis the world
    • Introduce a project on creating a global report on CC adoption
    • Seek feedback on items 1 and 2
  • 3. Disclaimer
    • The data that will follow is based on Yahoo search results
    • Such data is not very reliable but has proven helpful in tracking our progress at a global level
    • There may be mistakes in the data and it is anyway incomplete, so use it as a rough guide, not as an absolute measure of performance
  • 4. Summary of Stats
    • Korea, Taiwan and Japan still account for most volume in Asia
    • Asian jurisdiction license growth higher than average of CC
    • Younger jurisdictions naturally exhibit higher growth
    • However, licensing preferences still more conservative than CC average, no signs of change
  • 5. Volume (Dec ’08)
  • 6. Growth (12 months)
  • 7. Growth (6 months)
  • 8. Freedom score
  • 9. Freedom change (12 months)
  • 10. Freedom change (6 months)
  • 11. Assessing the Commons: Social Metrics for the New Media Landscape SSRC-funded project to create a global report on the adoption of CC licenses Partners: CC San Francisco, NUS Leveraging the data that we are collecting on CC adoption. Use a wiki-like format so that local experts can contribute local knowledge Linking to CC jurisdiction pages, Wikipedia, Global Voices local blogs, etc.
  • 12. Early designs Jurisdiction Region World Sketches by Jackson Tan
  • 13. Questions
    • What would you like to see in such a report so that it will be more useful to you?
    • Do you have any design suggestions?
    • Would you contribute a wiki-style article, including potentially additional data/reports on your country?
    • What about language? How do we encourage non-native English speakers to contribute?