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Open Licensing 101
 

Open Licensing 101

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I gave this presentation along with Raghu Sheshdari of Wilson, Sonsini for the California Lawyers for the Arts.

I gave this presentation along with Raghu Sheshdari of Wilson, Sonsini for the California Lawyers for the Arts.

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  • CC+ is just what it sounds like, a Creative Commons license plus another agreement. A copyright holder might pair a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial license [CC] with a non-exclusive commercial agreement [+] enabling a company to license the work commercially for a fee. CC+ is a technological facilitation of dual licensing. A copyright holder who uses a Creative Commons license is already adding a license on top of their copyright. CC+ can make it easier for that copyright-holder to add other non-exclusive licenses/agreements as alternatives.

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