Creative Commons Alexandra

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Creative Commons Alexandra

  1. 1. Creative CommonsBy Alexandra
  2. 2. What is creative commons? Creative commons is a way to share things that have been created and make sure that the original creator gets some credit for the work. There are certain licenses that allow types of copyright.
  3. 3. ‘Attribution (by)Licenses may copy,distribute, display andperform the work andmake derivative worksbased on it only if theygive the author orlicensor the credits inthe manner specifiedby these.
  4. 4. Noncommercial (nc) Licensesmay copy, distribute, display,and perform the work andmake derivative works basedon it only for noncommercialneeds.
  5. 5. No Derivative Works(nd) Licenses maycopy, distribute,display and performonly verbatimcopies of the work,not the actual thing,because that iscopyright.
  6. 6. Share-alike (sa)licenses mayhand outderivativeworks onlyunder a licenseidentical to thelicense thatlooks after theoriginal work.’
  7. 7. Licensescan also beput togetherto createdifferenttypes ofcopyright.
  8. 8. The license design The license is made up into three parts. The first part is machine readable. The second layer is human readable• And the final layer is the legal code.
  9. 9. The license can be written in differentways, for example for a lawyer couldhave the ‘traditional legal tool’ withmore formal language, and betterformat.Also not every artist or author is alawyer who could understand thelegal code.
  10. 10. Bibliographyhttp://www.newmediarights.org/taxonomy/term/77http://creativecommons.org/licenses/http://www.newmediarights.org/taxonomy/term/77http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Creative_Commons

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