Refining Copyright Oscon 2007

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This is a general status update of Creative Commons for this conference. This talk is not especially technical, but more general.

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  • Track: Emerging Topics Date: Wednesday, July 25 Time: 1:45pm - 2:30pm Location: F151 Founded in 2001, Creative Commons is a non-profit dedicated to two purposes: developing a middle ground, "some rights reserved" approach to copyright, and lowering the transaction cost associated with the reuse of creative works. This talk will provide attendees with an overview of Creative Commons' recent activities and a vision for how Creative Commons can help content creators refine their copyright. Topics covered will include background on CC, the 3.0 licenses, why metadata matters and how everyone can use it, and an overview of the tools and technologies we're working on to continue both pieces of our mission.
  • Refining Copyright Oscon 2007

    1. REFINING COPYRIGHT with Creative Commons
    2. Jon Phillips BizDev+Community Developer [email_address] Nathan Yergler, CTO [email_address]
    3. 1. Developing a “middle ground” approach to copyright...
    4. 2. Lowering the transaction cost associated with reuse of creative works...
    5. share, reuse, and remix— legally
    6. sf, nonprofit, small, 4.5yearsold, freelicenses, freetools, scientists, artists, authors, educators, business, bloggers, vloggers, hackers, developers
    7. All Rights Reserved.
    8. No Rights Reserved.
    9. Some Rights Reserved.
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    20. http://creativecommons.org/license/by/3.0 Unless otherwise noted, this work is licensed under a CC Attribution 3.0 unported license.
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    37. Since November 2006 Campaign
    38. Larry Lessig, CEO
    39. Joi Ito, Chairman
    40. Version 3.0 of CC public licenses
    41. ccHost version 4.0 real media hosting demo
    42. Interplast.org, Academy Award
    43. General Plans 2007
    44. Extending current base
    45. Building stable free culture license interoperability
    46. Enabling Cross-over between Sharing Economy Commercial Economy
    47. ccTools
    48. Technologies, lite-standards and best practices
    49. Metadata? Who cares?
    50. ccLabs
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    52. ccHost http://wiki.creativecommons.org/cchost
    53. php+mysql+getid3, GPL, web2.0, event-based, similar_to_wordpress, similar_to_mediawiki, customizable, stable, version4.0, sample_pool_api php+mysql+getid3, GPL, web2.0, event-based, similar_to_wordpress, similar_to_mediawiki, customizable, stable, version4.0, sample_pool_api
    54. Sample Pool API http://ccmixter.org/media/viewfile/pool_api_doc CodeDoc http://mirrors.creativecommons.org/cchost/docs/
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    61. New CC Projects
    62. liblicense http://wiki.creativecommons.org/Desktop_Integration http://wiki.creativecommons.org/Liblicense
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    74. LiveContent http://wiki.creativecommons.org/livecontent Debuting at LinuxWorldSF in August
    75. Marking http://wiki.creativecommons.org/marking
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    79. pdwiki (not released: global public domain registry) Technology Preview at Wikimania in Taipei in August
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    81. CC public license (non-exclusive)‏
    82. Beyond the public license
    83. Commercial licensing (Magnatune, PumpAudio)‏
    84. Social media advertising make commercial use, but give me a cut
    85. Technical infrastructure
    86. CC link + morePermissions link
    87. Human/social infrastructure
    88. Legal infrastructure
    89. Application integration ...
    90. ... Platform integration
    91. You + CC
    92. Technical Licenses, Standards, and Metadata
    93. Social Promotion, Events, Panels, Discussions
    94. General Use CC liceses, $upport, Conferences
    95. REFINING COPYRIGHT with Creative Commons
    96. Jon Phillips BizDev+Community Developer [email_address] Nathan Yergler, CTO [email_address]

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