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Commercial Rights Reserved proposal outcome: no change - Creative Commons

CC recently considered a proposal to rename the NonCommercial license to “Commercial Rights Reserved”, as raised on this list back in December.

We have decided not to pursue that proposal, and to leave the name of the license the same. However, there is a possibility of using the “Commercial Rights Reserved” language in messaging and other informational materials about the license to make the function of the license clearer.

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Timothy Vollmer - Next Steps: NonCommercial and NoDerivatives Discussion

Timothy Vollmer - Next Steps: NonCommercial and NoDerivatives Discussion | Open Educational Resources (OER) | Scoop.it
"In the last few months there has been quite a bit of discussion about what CC should do about the non-free licenses. Some have called for Creative Commons to retire or otherwise change the way we offer licenses containing the NonCommercial and NoDerivatives conditions because those licenses do not create a true commons of open content that everyone is free to use, redistribute, remix, and repurpose."
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Stephen Downes: Free and Not Free

Stephen Downes: Free and Not Free | Open Educational Resources (OER) | Scoop.it

"I would simply urge UNESCO to respect the wishes of those people who are not commercial publishers or multi-million-dollar educational institutions, to recognize the intent of people creating NC-licensed resources to ensure they can be accessed for free, and to recognize resources licensed with a NC clause as OERs with equal standing."

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David Wiley: Tuition is a Movie Ticket, OER are Popcorn

"More response to the interesting discussion happening on the (closed) oer-community list."

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Contrary to Arguments by Hardcore Open Education Advocates, Creative Commons NC ND Is A Valid License for Academic Authors

Contrary to Arguments by Hardcore Open Education Advocates, Creative Commons NC ND  Is A Valid License for Academic Authors | Open Educational Resources (OER) | Scoop.it
In summary, from my perspective as a content creator who has independently developed a major work, the CC 3.0 NC ND is not only a valid license, it’s the best license.
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Mike Caulfield: A Practical (and Real) Question About CC-NC

"The oer-community list is still buzzing about whether CC-NC is a good thing for openness or not. I thought I might ask a question that gives the conversation context and actually is a question that I am truly considering at this moment."

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Michael Boezi - The Open Argument: Dissing the Non-Commercial Clause

"There are a lot of folks who seek to get rid of the Non-Commercial clause in CC licenses, stating that they are not open. See for example, “The case against -NC.”

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Marco Kalz - NC for OER: More harm than good?

Marco Kalz - NC for OER: More harm than good? | Open Educational Resources (OER) | Scoop.it
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