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  • 1. Organisation of CC-AU Nic Suzor, Creative Commons Australia
  • 2. Funded to do research by the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation (CCI)
  • 3. CCi’s funding appears likely to be renewed until 2013
  • 4. BASED AT QUT LAW SCHOOL
  • 5. ccClinic Undergraduate multidisciplinary elective in the law school at QUT CC on Orange by yamabobobo, http://www.flickr.com/photos/monana7/324669781/in/pool-ccswagcontest06/, CC BY.
  • 6. Also engage in ‘volunteer’ work for CC-AU, but there is no clear distinction between the two Gutnix, Carpeted Commons, http://www.flickr.com/photos/glutnix/2079709803/, CC-BY
  • 7. RESEARCH AND ADVOCACY PROJECTS
  • 8. ADVOCACY AND EDUCATION WORK PUBLIC LECTURES, INDUSTRY EVENTS, SEMINARS, CONFERENCES, SALONS, ...
  • 9. The CC-AU team
  • 10. BRIAN FITZGERALD PROJECT LEAD, CC AUSTRALIA
  • 11. TOM COCHRANE PROJECT LEAD, CC AUSTRALIA; DVC (TECHNOLOGY, INFORMATION, LEARNING SUPPORT) QUT
  • 12. JESSICA COATES PROJECT MANAGER, CREATIVE COMMONS AUSTRALIA
  • 13. ELLIOTT BLEDSOE PROJECT OFFICER
  • 14. RACHEL COBCROFT PROJECT OFFICER
  • 15. FRIENDS OF CC INDUSTRY, GOVERNMENT, ACADEMIA - A LARGE ARRAY OF EXPERT VOLUNTEERS
  • 16. THE CC-AU OFFICE
  • 17. Version 3 drafting process
  • 18. First draft based on NZ plain English Released for public consultation, incorporated some feedback Generated a clause-by-clause comparison noticed that there were substantial differences to the unported licence
  • 19. Drafted a major reworked draft that was much closer to the unported uses a lot of the language and formatting still designed to be easy to read Released this draft to ‘friends of CC’ for comments Hoping to officially send draft to Catharina and Virginia late February / early March
  • 20. Version 3 text changes
  • 21. simplified, non-legal language broken up lengthy provisions into their elements each issue now has its own clause more numbers and headings simpler moral rights language from Catharina
  • 22. same basic structure as the unported licence moved some parts around eg requirement to note changes moved to restrictions from licence grant Moved ‘commercial’ definition to the definition sections New clause for attribution requirements (4.4) (in response to high levels of misunderstanding) New additions to the no-sublicensing clause (4.2(d)) to link it with the direct licence grant to downstream users in cl 5.
  • 23. Possible future changes
  • 24. Non-Commercial clarification looking forward to results from NC survey Clarification of how downstream licensing works under BY and BY-NC Relaxation of the strict requirement to include the licence URI with each distribution impractical for, eg, radio and video NZ and UK licences make this provision subject to the same ‘reasonable to the medium’ clause as the rest of the attribution requirements
  • 25. Organisation of CC-AU Nic Suzor, Creative Commons Australia