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towards a global CC license - the affiliate perspective
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towards a global CC license - the affiliate perspective
towards a global CC license - the affiliate perspective
towards a global CC license - the affiliate perspective
towards a global CC license - the affiliate perspective
towards a global CC license - the affiliate perspective
towards a global CC license - the affiliate perspective
towards a global CC license - the affiliate perspective
towards a global CC license - the affiliate perspective
towards a global CC license - the affiliate perspective
towards a global CC license - the affiliate perspective
towards a global CC license - the affiliate perspective
towards a global CC license - the affiliate perspective
towards a global CC license - the affiliate perspective
towards a global CC license - the affiliate perspective
towards a global CC license - the affiliate perspective
towards a global CC license - the affiliate perspective
towards a global CC license - the affiliate perspective
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Presentation given during the 'Version 4.0: Building a global license suite' session at the Creative Commons Global Summit 2011 in Warsaw

Presentation given during the 'Version 4.0: Building a global license suite' session at the Creative Commons Global Summit 2011 in Warsaw

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  • 1. Towards  a  Global  License?  -­‐  the   affiliate  perspec7ve 16  September  2011  -­‐  Paul  Keller  CC-­‐Netherlands
  • 2. 18  june  2004
  • 3. yesterday
  • 4. 11  x  1.0  licenses  (2004)+ 6  x  2.0  licenses  (2004)   + 6  x  2.5  licenses  (2005)   + 6  x  3.0  licenses  (2007)   29  licenses  ported  
  • 5. so  why  do  we  did  all  this  por7ng  in  the  first  place? Ensure  that  the  licenses  would  ‘work’  with  the  specifici6es  of   copyright  law  in  our  jurisdic6on.   Assump6on:  this  makes  it  easier  to  convince  local  users Assump6on:  this  makes  the  licenses  enforceable  in  local  courts  Build  jurisdic6on  teams  &  communi6es  around  the  licenses. Effect:  strong  community  (all  of  you  in  this  room)   Effect:  improves  understanding  of  the  licenses  among   jurisdic6on  teams
  • 6. user  jurisdic7on  =  license  jurisdic7on?  
  • 7. prerequisite  for  enforceability?  
  • 8. What  advantages  will  a  global  license  have? Reducing  (poten6al)  incompa6bili6es Forces  us  to  take  a  consistent  posi6on  on  issues  that  are  specific   to  certain  regions  (e.g  moral  rights,  database  rights)   Will  produce  licenses  that  beJer  meet  users’  expecta6ons Will  cover  all  jurisdic6ons,  not  ‘just’  55  
  • 9. What  advantages  will  a  global  license  have? Has  the  poten6al  to  ini6ate  a  inter-­‐jurisdic6onal  discussion  on   the  substance  of  the  licenses.   Frees  6me  for  other  ac6vi6es  (community  building,  promo6ng   adop6on,  policy  work,  implementa6on  advice,...)
  • 10. user  perspec7ve?  

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