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Tools and terms: digital copyright

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This slideshow is part of a course on developing your own digital copyright strategy.

This slideshow is part of a course on developing your own digital copyright strategy.

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    • Tools and terms Version 2.0 by Heather Ford
    • (1) Terms
    • some rights reserved all rights reserved no rights reserved The license spectrum http://wiki.creativecommons.org/Spectrumofrights_Comic1
    • (a) Copyright
    • Monopoly rights
    • Features • no registration required • requires originality and fixation • idea/expression dichotomy • moral rights • national treatment • minimum standards • orphan works
    • Life + 50 years (literary or musical works or artistic works, other than photographs) The public domain
    • (a) for the purposes of research or private study by, or the personal or private use of, the person using the work; (b) for the purposes of criticism or review of that work or of another work; or (c) for the purpose of reporting current events. ‘Fair dealing’ exceptions
    • works in the public domain copyrighted works fair dealing/use http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Bascula_9.jpg
    • (b) Copyleft
    • “If property can enclose a commons, then property can also create a commons”
    • Freedom 0: The freedom to run the program for any purpose. Freedom 1: The freedom to study and modify the program. Freedom 2: The freedom to copy the program so you can help your neighbor. Freedom 3: The freedom to improve the program, and release your improvements to the public, so that the whole community benefits. Free software http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_software
    • Creative Commons licenses
    • (2) Case studies
    • (a) All licenses
    • The Flickr Commons
    • services technology provider content providers (owned by Yahoo!) services - hosting photos (diff. res) - housing and preserving - connecting photographers - facilitating access to the public - enabling cross-media sharing
    • partners technology provider content providers (owned by Yahoo!) partner technology is free have great content + bring incentives (hosting + software dev.) their own audiences
    • value proposition technology provider content providers (owned by Yahoo!) unique enhanced services for enhance accessibility and value storing, managing and reuse of images sharing
    • customer relationship strategy technology provider content providers (owned by Yahoo!) customers engender trust that engender trust that the public amateur photographers and the needs of user creators are at the core of their are at the core of their mission mission
    • revenue streams technology provider content providers (owned by Yahoo!) revenue • Subscriptions • None • Advertising • Funding (but not purely for digitisation) • Marketplace • Online donations from individuals
    • Marketplace e.g. Moo
    • Marketplace e.g. Getty Facilitating commercial licensing for Flickr photographers through Getty Images stock photographs purchased through non-commercial sharing licensing agreements
    • (b) public domain or cc0 http://wiki.creativecommons.org/CC0
    • Project Gutenberg
    • (c) cc attribution
    • (d) allow derivatives
    • http://wiki.creativecommons.org/CC0
    • (e) cc non-commercial license + cc+ http://wiki.creativecommons.org/Ccplus
    • Unless otherwise specified this slideshow is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Share- Alike 2.5 South African License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/za/ Please link back to http://hblog.org and acknowledge the author: Heather Ford