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Presentation given at the Music 4.5 event on the Death of Collective licensing in London on the 22nd of june 2011

Presentation given at the Music 4.5 event on the Death of Collective licensing in London on the 22nd of june 2011

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  • 1. Aand collective rights management Paul Keller [Creative Commons /Knowledgeland]
  • 2. CC-BY Kevin (KB35)flickr.com/people/kb35/
  • 3. problem: exclusive assignment of rights to the societies
  • 4. #1: collecting society members are looking for more flexibility....
  • 5. ... and #2: CC users are looking for ways to collect royalties for commercial uses of their works.
  • 6. non-commercial use?
  • 7. commercial use?non-commercial use?
  • 8. ¥ €$ commercial use?non-commercial use?
  • 9. death of collective management was supposed to happen here
  • 10. Attitudes among Buma/Stemra members (n=524) 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% more flexibility stronger copyright enforcement (general)distinguishing between commercial & non-com. use stronger copyright enforcement (online) no royalties when performing own repertoire more relaxed copyright enformcement (online) free use of music in user generated content positive negative no opinion
  • 11. would allow free promotional use of own works (age 20-29) 0% 25.00% 50.00% 75.00% 100.00% listening on own website use on site of booking agent promotional CDs use on site of record company use on site of concert venue use on social networking sites use for charity downloads from own websiteembedding without advertisements embedding with advertisements use in stores use in bars/restaurants/hotels etc use on filesharing platforms use by radio / tv use by for profit companies use for promotion of other products yes no dont know
  • 12. paul@creativecommons.org