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[CCID] - 27 November 2017 - CC on Business Model - SAE Institute - Open Business Model

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27 November 2017
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Pemateri: Hilman Fathoni

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[CCID] - 27 November 2017 - CC on Business Model - SAE Institute - Open Business Model

  1. 1. CREATIVE COMMONS LICENSE WORKSHOP FOR SAE INSTITUTE HILMAN FATHONI NOVEMBER 27 2017 creativecommons.or.id
  2. 2. Table of Contents ★ The Copyright ★ Social Function of Copyright ★ What is a Copyright License? ★ What is Creative Commons and their Licenses? ★ Open Arts and Culture and the Open Business Model Implementations
  3. 3. Copyright in Indonesia Intellectual Property Rights Copyright Industrial Design TrademarkPatent Topographies of Integrated Circuits Plant Variety Protection
  4. 4. Copyright in Indonesia  The Definition: Prevailed instantly when a work(s) created in tangible forms and does not require registrations  The Rights: Designated into two kind of rights, for creators Moral rights, Economic rights, and Neighboring rights  The Subjects: Parties subjected to copyright The users and the creators  The Deeds: GOVERN THE ACT OF USING AND SHARING Copying, Distributing, Publishing, Remixing, Commercializing, Adaptation, etc.  The Objects:
  5. 5. Copyright in Indonesia
  6. 6. What is a Copyright License? An agreement divided into two fom of visbilities:  Public License  Private Licenses A form of “permission” that governs/define on how users use and share your copyrighted works. This things are also divided into two forms:  Non-exclusive or Open licenses  Exclusive licenses
  7. 7. Social Function of Copyright  Fair Use: An exemption for certain area of copyrighted work’s act of using. The exemption are made for: Educational use and non-commercial use. And, as long as creator’s or copyright holder’s credited as source.  Copyright length provisions: (Public Domain) Last for the life of the creators + 70 years (Books, music, paintings, etc.) Last for 50 years after the works published for the first time (Movies, photos, etc.) Moral rights are granted forever for creators.
  8. 8. What is Creative Commons Licenses CC Kiwi – CC License explanation video made by CC NZ and licensed under CC BY
  9. 9. What is Creative Commons Licenses  Apply to works that are subject to copyright (Not for works that are already in public domain);  Is an open license which: Offer options to creators on how they govern user deeds explicitly; Any type of use does not require direct permission from creators; At the least offer users to copy and distribute the works.  Do not contradict with copyright;  Creators do not lose their copyright by using CC Licenses, but they only reserve some of it.
  10. 10. What is Creative Commons Licenses (by) Attribution Atribusi Creators let others copy, distribute, display, and perform your copyrighted work - and derivative works based upon it - but only if they give you credit the way you request. (sa) Share Alike Berbagi Serupa Creators allow others to distribute derivative works only under a license identical to the license that governs your work. (nc) Noncommercial Non-komersial Creators let others copy, distribute, display, and perform your work - and derivative works based upon it - but for noncommercial purposes only. (nd) No derivatives Tanpa turunan Creators let others copy, distribute, display, and perform only exact copies of your work, not derivative works based upon it.
  11. 11. What is Creative Commons Licenses
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  15. 15. Creative Commons on Arts and Culure Archives of openly licensed works and works on public domain or that are explicitly stated as copyrighted works with exception and limitations.
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  21. 21. Creative Commons on Arts and Culure Only openly licensed music pieces. Mostly shared under CC BY-NC-SA. Some of the releases are also released on physical format.
  22. 22. Creative Commons on Arts and Culure Only openly licensed music pieces. Mostly shared under CC BY-NC-SA. Some of the releases are also released on physical format.
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  24. 24. Creative Commons on Arts and Culure Frau
  25. 25. Creative Commons on Arts and Culure Frau Firstly released her EP through Yes No Wave Music and on physical format. Attract people to buy her CDs, and it’s sold out.
  26. 26. Creative Commons on Arts and Culure Frau Firstly released her EP through Yes No Wave Music and on a physical format. Attract people to buy her CDs, and it’s sold out. Do a same exact thing for her second album, not sold out, but her concert ticket is.
  27. 27. Creative Commons on Arts and Culure Frau Firstly released her EP through Yes No Wave Music and on physical format. Attract people to buy her CDs, and it’s sold out. Do a same exact thing for her second album, not sold out, but her concert ticket is. And her concert after, and after, and after, tickets always sold out. And the digital distribution does not affect the physical distribution. Re-released her first album, sold out.
  28. 28. Creative Commons on Arts and Culure CC BY-NC-ND Viral campaigns, Trailers, and Digital Sharing This license allows individuals to copy and share works, but restricts both derivative works and commercial use. Ideal for trailers, free downloads, and viral campaigns that require the source material to remain unaltered. CC BY-NC-SA Remix Contests, Community Edits, and Source Material This license allows the public to use content in a non-commercial context - ideal for both source material (remix contests & community edits) or as part of a broader distribution plan. Additionally, this license specifies that any remix or new work must be shared under the same BY-NC-SA license, retaining the NC condition for all remixes. CC BY-SA Distribution and Non-Filmic Materials By removing the non-commercial condition, this license encourages commercial entities (film societies, theaters, TV stations, etc.) to promote and use the film in their own realm. For independent filmmakers, this lowers transaction costs across the board and increases the visibility of their film through traditional channels of distribution. Similarly, non-filmic materials can be easily spread and shared, which results in additional promotion of the film. CC BY Press-ready materials The BY license is the least restrictive Creative Commons license - as such it encourages the most reuse of content. This is ideal for short clips, production stills, press copies, and bios as the content can easily be worked into any coverage. Source: Creative Commons Wiki on Filmmaker, licensed under CC BY,
  29. 29. Creative Commons on Arts and Culure Nina Paley released her film, Sita Sings the Blues, for free under a CC Attribution-Share Alike license in March of 2009.
  30. 30. Creative Commons on Arts and Culure Nina Paley released her film, Sita Sings the Blues, for free under a CC Attribution-Share Alike license in March of 2009. Sita Sings The Blues has been downloaded over 150,000 times on Archive.org alone.
  31. 31. Creative Commons on Arts and Culure Nina Paley released her film, Sita Sings the Blues, for free under a CC Attribution-Share Alike license in March of 2009. Sita Sings The Blues has been downloaded over 150,000 times on Archive.org alone. In allowing commercial reuse, Paley gave others a financial incentive to promote her film and distribute it for her.
  32. 32. Creative Commons on Arts and Culure Nina Paley released her film, Sita Sings the Blues, for free under a CC Attribution-Share Alike license in March of 2009. Sita Sings The Blues has been downloaded over 150,000 times on Archive.org alone. In allowing commercial reuse, Paley gave others a financial incentive to promote her film and distribute it for her. A 2009 article in the Wall Street Journal assessed its revenue at $55,000, an impressive amount for a film that had spent nothing on promotion or advertising.
  33. 33. Creative Commons on Arts and Culure In a filmmaker/animator realm, CC Licenses also often used in a nonprofit documentary projects.
  34. 34. Creative Commons on Arts and Culure In a filmmaker/animator realm, CC Licenses also often used in a nonprofit documentary projects. The filmmakers aim to distribute the film as wide and as open as it can be.
  35. 35. Creative Commons on Arts and Culure In a filmmaker/animator realm, CC Licenses also often used in a nonprofit documentary projects. The filmmakers aim to distribute the film as wide and as open as it can be. In this case “income” for project workers often come from funding for projects with social impact.
  36. 36. Creative Commons on Arts and Culure In a filmmaker/animator realm, CC Licenses also often used in a nonprofit documentary projects. The filmmakers aim to distribute the film as wide and as open as it can be. In this case “income” for project workers often come from funding for projects with social impact. Engage media help host +9000 projects that are licensed under:
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  51. 51. Licensing Your Works with CC! creativecommons.org/share- your-work/ creativecommons.org/choose/
  52. 52. Licensing Your Works with CC!
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  57. 57. Find CC Licensed Works! https://ccsearch.creativecommons.org/
  58. 58. Resources from CCID
  59. 59. Join the International Forum on Slack! https://slack-signup.creativecommons.org/ https://slack-signup.creativecommons.org/ https://slack-signup.creativecommons.org/ https://slack-signup.creativecommons.org/ https://slack-signup.creativecommons.org/ https://slack-signup.creativecommons.org/ https://slack-signup.creativecommons.org/ https://slack-signup.creativecommons.org/
  60. 60. Thank you! Thank You!

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