Presented by: Nathalie GehaPresented to: Dr. Rima Malek
Everyone can share his knowledge,information and creativity on theInternet. But who will protect this workfrom being used or changed withoutpermission ?Do you want to share your work onlineso others can benefit from it, but withyour own conditions and rules?
Creative Commons is a free and non-profitorganization. It encourages, creative work,legal sharing and free culture.
Creative commons is created by LawrenceLessig, James Boyle and Hal Abelson
To copy theworkTo use theworkTo modifythe work
Creative commons let you choosewhichRight you wantto reserveRight you wantto ignore
PublicdomainWherepermission isnot required atallCreativecommons“Some rightsreserved”Fullcopyrightno use is permittedwithout permission,“all rights reserved”
Creative Commons helps you shareyour creativity.
“Creative commons license do not replacecopyright, but are based upon it”.
Step one: choose a license. There are sixcc licensesStep two: copy the codeStep three: paste the code into yourwebsite
This icon style will appear on your website.
Every symbol has a specific meaning in thecreative Commons license
Flickr photos are sorted by every type oflicense
All the films and short movies under the creativecommons license
In the “projects” button, we can find the bestsites and resources for education, science,culture and many more.
“A Story of Healing is the First Academy Award WinningFilm Released Under A Creative Commons Licenseproduced by Mike Linksvayer on April 18th, 2007”. This 28minutes movie is available for free, online. The film followsdoctors and capture how they help people with medicalproblems.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uI1qRODHpwc
Free to use website andlicensewe can’t change cc licenseafter we publish itHelp people use creative worklegallyYou can’t choose who willuse your workYou can still make money fromthe work that has a CClicense.CC doesn’t take the placeof real copyrightsIf someone steal your workyou can contact a lawyerCC license is not forsoftware
Some people will always take our onlinework or change it without permission. WithCreative Commons, we can at least make abalance between copyright with “all rightsreserved”, policy and public domain with “norights reserved”.
www.creativecommons.org/ (seen 6 /5/2013) Hal PLatkin(2002), All Hail Creative Commons / Stanfordprofessor and author Lawrence Lessig plans a legalinsurrection (seen 7/5/2013)http://www.sfgate.com/news/article/All-Hail-Creative-C Jessica Coates, Creative Commons – The NextGeneration: Creative Commons license use five years on,Scripted - A Journal of Law, Technology & Society. (seen7/5/2013)http://www.law.ed.ac.uk/ahrc/script-ed/vol4-1/coates.asp Michael Fitzerald (2005), Copy left Hits a Snag, MITtechnology review. ( seen 6/5/2013)http://www.technologyreview.com/news/405089/copyleft-hits-a- snag/
David Berry (2005), on the “Creative Commons”: a critiqueof the commons without commonalty. (seen 6/5/2013)http://www.freesoftwaremagazine.com/articles/commons_without_commonality Eaten Ribs, Music icon Vector, iTunes like (seen 7/5/2013)http://eatenribs.deviantart.com/art/music-icon-vector-iTunes-like-307332672 Computer Music (2011),What is Creative Commons andwhy should you care?http://www.musicradar.com/tuition/tech/what-is-creative-commons-and-why-should-you-care-382184 Buck California, book icon (seen 7/5/2013)http://www.flickr.com/photos/buckcalifornia/251374508/