creative copyright copyright + options for creative practitioners elliott bledsoe
 
 
 
copyright
a right
to copy
copyright
creator’s rights
right to access
original works
original works literary works
original works dramatic works literary works
original works musical works literary works dramatic works
original works artistic works literary works dramatic works musical works
other subject matter
other subject matter sound recordings
other subject matter films sound recordings
other subject matter tv broadcasts sound recordings films
other subject matter sound broadcasts sound recordings films tv broadcasts
other subject matter published editions sound recordings films tv broadcasts sound broadcasts
copyright
 
all rights reserved
bundle of rights
5 rights
the right to
the right to copy
the right to adapt copy
the right to publish copy adapt
the right to perform the right to publish copy adapt publish
the right to broadcast copy adapt publish perform
can’t touch this copy adapt publish perform the right to broadcast
ask  permission
ask  permission   each time
ask  permission   each use
permission  culture
3 stories
james joyce
james joyce
public performance
public performance
derivative work
no readings
dean gray - american edit
dean gray - american edit
derivative work
derivative work
communication
pulled the album
robert greenwald
robert greenwald
outfoxed
copied footage
copied footage
refusing to license
“ as a practical matter the high costs of litigation force most filmmakers to simply remove the material in question.”
permission   in advance 
 
opt  in
flexible
facilitates sharing
easy to understand
apply worldwide
general permission   granted 
nonexclusive permission   granted 
worldwide permission   granted 
4 elements
attribution : acknowledge the author BY
attribution: acknowledge the creator BY
noncommerical : no commercial use NC
noncommercial: no commercial use NC
no derivatives : no changes to the work ND
no derivatives: no changes to the work ND
share alike : remix my work, yours must be remixable too SA
share alike: remix my work, yours must be remixable too SA
 
 
6   licences
BY-NC 6  licences BY-ND BY-NC-ND BY-SA BY-NC-SA BY
contact
elliott bledsoe project officer creative commons australia +61 7 3138 9597 0405059367 [email_address] http://creativecommo...
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Creative Commons for the Non-Profit Sector - Connecting Up 2009

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Copyright is one of the many legal complexities non-profits encourter in their day to day operation. Knowing what you can and can't do with the content you use and create is confusing, but is a necessary evil. Creative Commons is one tool available to non-profits to help make sense of this area of law. At the core of the Creative Commons project is a suite of standardised copyright licences, freely avaialble to creators, that foster sharing and collaboration. Creative Commons builds upon the all rights reserved of traditional copyright to create a voluntary some rights reserved system. There is a whole range of content out there that is available on more flexible terms than traditional copyright. Elliott aims to give you the information you need to gain access to these resources and manage your own copyrighted works more efficiently.

Delivered by Elliott Bledsoe, Project Officer, Creative Commons Australia on Monday, 11 May 2009 at the Connecting Up 2009 conference.

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Creative Commons for the Non-Profit Sector - Connecting Up 2009

  1. 1. creative copyright copyright + options for creative practitioners elliott bledsoe
  2. 5. copyright
  3. 6. a right
  4. 7. to copy
  5. 8. copyright
  6. 9. creator’s rights
  7. 10. right to access
  8. 11. original works
  9. 12. original works literary works
  10. 13. original works dramatic works literary works
  11. 14. original works musical works literary works dramatic works
  12. 15. original works artistic works literary works dramatic works musical works
  13. 16. other subject matter
  14. 17. other subject matter sound recordings
  15. 18. other subject matter films sound recordings
  16. 19. other subject matter tv broadcasts sound recordings films
  17. 20. other subject matter sound broadcasts sound recordings films tv broadcasts
  18. 21. other subject matter published editions sound recordings films tv broadcasts sound broadcasts
  19. 22. copyright
  20. 24. all rights reserved
  21. 25. bundle of rights
  22. 26. 5 rights
  23. 27. the right to
  24. 28. the right to copy
  25. 29. the right to adapt copy
  26. 30. the right to publish copy adapt
  27. 31. the right to perform the right to publish copy adapt publish
  28. 32. the right to broadcast copy adapt publish perform
  29. 33. can’t touch this copy adapt publish perform the right to broadcast
  30. 34. ask permission
  31. 35. ask permission each time
  32. 36. ask permission each use
  33. 37. permission culture
  34. 38. 3 stories
  35. 39. james joyce
  36. 40. james joyce
  37. 41. public performance
  38. 42. public performance
  39. 43. derivative work
  40. 44. no readings
  41. 45. dean gray - american edit
  42. 46. dean gray - american edit
  43. 47. derivative work
  44. 48. derivative work
  45. 49. communication
  46. 50. pulled the album
  47. 51. robert greenwald
  48. 52. robert greenwald
  49. 53. outfoxed
  50. 54. copied footage
  51. 55. copied footage
  52. 56. refusing to license
  53. 57. “ as a practical matter the high costs of litigation force most filmmakers to simply remove the material in question.”
  54. 58. permission in advance 
  55. 60. opt in
  56. 61. flexible
  57. 62. facilitates sharing
  58. 63. easy to understand
  59. 64. apply worldwide
  60. 65. general permission granted 
  61. 66. nonexclusive permission granted 
  62. 67. worldwide permission granted 
  63. 68. 4 elements
  64. 69. attribution : acknowledge the author BY
  65. 70. attribution: acknowledge the creator BY
  66. 71. noncommerical : no commercial use NC
  67. 72. noncommercial: no commercial use NC
  68. 73. no derivatives : no changes to the work ND
  69. 74. no derivatives: no changes to the work ND
  70. 75. share alike : remix my work, yours must be remixable too SA
  71. 76. share alike: remix my work, yours must be remixable too SA
  72. 79. 6 licences
  73. 80. BY-NC 6 licences BY-ND BY-NC-ND BY-SA BY-NC-SA BY
  74. 81. contact
  75. 82. elliott bledsoe project officer creative commons australia +61 7 3138 9597 0405059367 [email_address] http://creativecommons.org.au This presentation is available at http://creativecommons.org.au/cipp

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