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Slides from the Auckland Web Meetup, May 2010.

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  • 1. No restrictions No freedoms
  • 2. Free Culture Free culture is one where all members are free to participate in its transmission and evolution, without artificial limits on who can participate or in what way. The free culture movement seeks to develop this culture by promoting four things: * creativity and innovation; * communication and free expression; * public access to knowledge; * and citizens' civil liberties. freeculture.org/
  • 3. • Creative Commons Guidant Les Contributeurs, adapted from Liberty Leading the People (1830) by Eugène Delacroix
  • 4. Attribution (BY) Requires that the user of the licensed work credit and acknowledge the original author
  • 5. Attribution (BY) Requires that the user of the licensed work credit and acknowledge the original author Noncommercial (NC) Allows the licensed work to be used, but not for commercial purposes or for profit
  • 6. Attribution (BY) Requires that the user of the licensed work credit and acknowledge the original author Noncommercial (NC) Allows the licensed work to be used, but not for commercial purposes or for profit No Derivative (ND) Does not allow the user of a licensed work to alter the work in any way; it must stay in its original form
  • 7. Attribution (BY) Requires that the user of the licensed work credit and acknowledge the original author Noncommercial (NC) Allows the licensed work to be used, but not for commercial purposes or for profit No Derivative (ND) Does not allow the user of a licensed work to alter the work in any way; it must stay in its original form Share Alike (SA) Requires that any new work must be licensed under the same terms as the original work
  • 8. Attribution 3.0 New Zealand (BY)
  • 9. Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 New Zealand (BY-NC)
  • 10. Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 New Zealand (BY-NC-ND)
  • 11. Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 New Zealand (BY-NC-SA)
  • 12. Attribution-No Derivative Works 3.0 New Zealand (BY-ND)
  • 13. Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 New Zealand (BY-SA)
  • 14. Ported versus Unported • Unported versions might be preferable for projects and content aimed at international communities. Keeps look and identity ‘global’ + they’re always updated. • Ported licences carry the nuances of a jurisdiction’s language and legal system, and associates content with its owner’s home country. • If licences need to be enforced in court, a ported licence can streamline the process of bringing a lawsuit within your own juristdiction. • Widespread use of jurisdiction-specific licences gives CC staff in those countries incentives to develop and update licences.
  • 15. Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand (CCANZ) • Live in 2007 • Plain English • Te Whainga Aronui The Council for the Humanities
  • 16. Idology
  • 17. Meeting audience in other mediums
  • 18. Connecting with consumers
  • 19. Practicality
  • 20. Kete Horowhenua “pulls in” material that is uploaded by the public • CC is used to manage the IP rights of user generated content • Like flickr, users can choose a NZ licence for each piece of material they upload
  • 21. Clients and creators want the freedom to exploit themselves
  • 22. “Today, too many creators take a passive attitude toward their copyrights. The matter seems complex, and publishers or distributors may tell you that everyone does it their way, or that giving up copyrights is standard practice. But giving up your rights under copyright is a decision, not a default option. If you stand passively by, you may over the course of a long creative career produce a large body of work, most of which is owned and controlled by other people, whose interests and yours may diverge.”
  • 23. creator-friendly could be worse creator-unfriendly THE CLAW!
  • 24. Author signs all manuscript rights to publisher. 10%? Publisher adds value through editing, typesetting, marketing, organising printing and distribution. Publisher sells the value-added product to consumers under “all rights reserved”.
  • 25. One million potential customers/readers
  • 26. One billion potential customer/readers
  • 27. Author licenses manuscript as to the world, but grants a publisher commercial rights in return for a percentage of any profits. 10%? Publisher adds value through editing, typesetting, marketing, organising printing and distribution. Publisher sells the print product and releases the ebook as while also providing online payment channels to readers.
  • 28. Stimulating innovation
  • 29. sciencecommons.org
  • 30. Open PSI • NZ Govt Open Access Licencing framework (NZGOAL framework) • CC mapping data on Koordinates • Open Government Ninjas groups.open.org.nz/groups/ninja-talk
  • 31. Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand (CCANZ) • Live in 2007 • Plain English • Te Whainga Aronui The Council for the Humanities
  • 32. internships new licences research education prizes and events web resources workshops
  • 33. Thanks for your images (They’ve been mangled)! Creative Commons Swag Contest 2007_2 Darwin meets NASA by jurvetson CC-BY by TilarX CC-BY Canoes in the Desert by jurvetson CC-BY Creative Commons guidant les contributeurs Star Wars Mural by Ju gatsu mikka CC-BY-SA by Official Star Wars Blog CC-BY CC on Orange by Yamashita Yohei CC-BY A wonderful second life by Cosmic Kitty CC-BY Creative Commons by Giuli-O CC-BY JavaFX, Danny Coward In Second Life Skyway Bridge 275 south St Petersburg Sarasota by hiperia3d CC-BY by amanderson2 CC-BY 6pi by Ramona.Forcella CC-BY KISS Band Member Cupcakes from little mo's dog scrapbook by clevercupcakes CC-BY by http://TheConcreteJungl eBook.com CC-BY Teddy's Washington jazz band Cellphone glow by bennylin0724 CC-BY by DeusXFlorida CC-BY Peeking into the Frame by Bala CC-BY Yeti Sketch by formatbrain CC-BY Science Fiction Museum Work in progress... by formatbrain CC-BY by ricardo.martins CC-BY lol-psycat - evopsych 1 by smiteme CC-BY “Photo” by dierk schaefer CC-BY Hersman Girls - Already on Computers... NSW Government Printing Office, Sydney by whiteafrican CC-BY by State Records NSW CC-BY Tokyo Design Festa 2008 Pills by rodrigo senna CC-BY by midorisyu CC-BY Ten things you can do to improve interestingness MM00025287 and increase chances of getting into Explore by Florida Keys--Public Libraries CC-BY by kevindooley CC-BY painter's house, isfahan, iran october 2007 CC on Light by Yohei Yamashita CC-BY Larry Lessig by Robert Scoble CC-BY by seier+seier+seier CC-BY Love Not War! by KB35 CC-BY Banlieue Graffitti | Vlissingen, Zeeland NL Rain Coat! by cappenstance CC-BY-NC-SA by PresleyJesus CC-BY Creative Brains Event [1] and…. image of academic? by gochie* CC-BY Creative Brains Event [2] TED 2010 Feb 11th by afromusing CC-BY with courtesy from Gaetan Lee Symbols form Public Domain Clip Art Singularity University by jurvetson CC-BY Life, Synthetic Life! By jurvetson CC-BY Spectacular Cephalopods by jurvetson CC-BY Keep your Copyright logo and text with A study in Depth of Field: The Dandelion permission from their website by tibchris CC-BY Truly madly deeply Dandelion in the wind by tibchris CC-BY by Kyla Oh CC-BY-NC-SA Beehive and Parliament Buildings SLSC Parody - Wall-E - Eve by The Chosun Bimbo CC-BY by inacentaurdump CC-BY This work is licensed under a Creative Commons BY-NC-SA New Zealand licence
  • 34. Jane Hornibrook Project Developer Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand admin@creativecommons.org.nz admin@humanitiesresearch.net janehornibrook@gmail.com @janehornibrook www.creativecommons.org.nz www.humanitiesrsearch.net