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Rip, Mix, Burn: The Politics of Peer to Peer and Copyright Law | Bowrey | First Monday

Rip, Mix, Burn: The Politics of Peer to Peer and Copyright Law | Bowrey | First Monday | NET303 | Scoop.it
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Copyright Week: Read-only access is not enough - Creative Commons

Copyright Week: Read-only access is not enough - Creative Commons | NET303 | Scoop.it
Creative Commons licenses provide a flexible range of protections and freedoms for authors, artists, and educators.

Today is the third day of Copyright Week, and today, we’re focusing on open access.

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'Team Open': Creative Commons finally finding its role?

'Team Open': Creative Commons finally finding its role? | NET303 | Scoop.it
Creative Commons licenses are essential to virtually all of the different "open movements", which have emerged over the past two decades beyond open source software. In the realm of open education,...

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Creative Commons: thinking beyond copyright

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Are there ways of going beyond copyright when it comes to promoting and sharing original work and content online? Yes, think of Creative Commons, which has been relaunched in India.

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Charles Tiayon's curator insight, November 22, 2013 2:26 PM
Are there ways of going beyond copyright when it comes to promoting and sharing original work and content online? Yes, think of Creative Commons, which has been relaunched in India.

The multiple options available these days for sharing content using the range of licences that are being promoted in the Creative Commons domain were in focus at the recent relaunch of Creative Commons India.

 

The Creative Commons(CC) licenses, which provide more options compared to the traditional copyright licence for sharing creative work and digital content, and permit its creators to set the conditions for such sharing, has gained global traction. Compared to the traditional copyright licence, which is very restrictive in nature, CC licenses enable authors fine-grained ways of deciding on the rights they would like to retain over their work.

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DEF CON 13 - Elizabeth Stark and Fred Benenson - The Revolution Will Not Be Copyrighted - YouTube

The Revolution Will Not Be Copyrighted: Why You Should Care About Free Culture Elizabeth Stark, freeculture.org Fred Benenson, freeculture.org The purpose of...

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Where Copyright Fails, Open Licenses Help Creators Build Towards a Future of ... - EFF

Where Copyright Fails, Open Licenses Help Creators Build Towards a Future of ... - EFF | NET303 | Scoop.it
One of the convictions that drew law professor and former EFF board member, Lawrence Lessig, to co-found Creative Commons was that a narrow and rigid application of copyright law made no sense in the digital age.
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Interview - Henry Jenkins

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Henry Jenkins is an American media scholar, professor and author, who has published several books exploring the boundaries between media texts and fan cultures, including Convergence Culture: Where...
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The Landscape of Learning: Digital Citizenship Week: Copyright and Wrong

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Copyright meets Internet

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Universities are working to establish pathways to use open-access materials in online learning.

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Elliot King's curator insight, June 8, 2015 9:51 AM

This article is old but it illustrates some of the ongoing copyright issues posed by the increased use of the Internet.

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Copyright's Not Getting its Job Done

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In the week leading up the two-year anniversary of the SOPA blackout protests, EFF and others are talking about key principles that should guide copyright policy.

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Copyright reform needed to drive economy: Labor

Copyright reform needed to drive economy: Labor | NET303 | Scoop.it
Australians should have the same right to creative content as citizens of the US and be free to innovate using technology, says Jason Clare.

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