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O CC v Mostovni, Nova Gorica (14.10. ob 19h)

V petek, 14. oktobra ob 19. uri bo mag. Maja Bogataj Jančič Creative Commons predstavila v Novi Gorici, in sicer
v multimedijskem centru Mostovna, ki deluje v okviru Kulturnega centra Mostovna (Cesta IX. Korpusa 99a, 5250 Solkan). Vabljeni!

O Creative Commons v Kiberpipi, Ljubljana (06.10. ob 19h)

V četrtek, 06. oktobra ob 19. uri bo mag. Maja Bogataj Jančič predstavila Creative Commons v ljubljanski Kiberpipi, Kersnikova 6, Ljubljana. Vabljeni!

predavanje 1.10.2005 - KIBLA (19.00)

Obvezna udeležba na predavanjih v Kibli (Mb) - mag. Maja Bogataj Jančič.

Creative Commons morajo spoznati tudi naši študentje Pravne fakultete Univerze v Mariboru pri predavanjih Pravne informatike.

WIPO naj bi internetnim ponudnikom avdiovizualij odobril monopol

Še ena nova iz klinča tehnologija : vsebine. WIPO (Svetovna organizacija za intelektualno lastnino) namerava internetnim ponudnikom avdiovizualij odobriti monopol, ne glede na licenčne pogoje vsebin, torej pogoje varovanja avtorskega dela, ki jih določajo ustvarjalci. Članek Coryja Doctorowa na www.boingboing.net

WIPO wants to give webcasters the right to steal from public domain, Creative Commons and GPL

The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO, a UN agency that makes copyright and related treaties, which lead to disasters like the DMCA) is once again considering adding “webcasting” to the upcoming Broadcast Treaty. This would allow a webcaster (anyone who sends you audiovisual material over the Internet) to have a 50 monopoly over what you do with the material you receive from him — even if he’s sending you Creative Commons-licensed work, GPL’ed Flash animations, or stuff that’s in the public domain. It would also make it illegal to break any DRM used in connection with webcasting.

Je ne-komercialno enako ne-svobodno?

Je CC-licenčni pogoj “nekomercialno” (NC) glede nadaljnje rabe in kroženja avtorske stvaritve problematičnen z vidika “free content” skupnosti? Članek Erika Moellerja na http://www.kuro5hin.org/story/2005/9/11/16331/0655

_”One particular licensing option, however, is a growing problem for the free content community. It is the allow non-commercial use only (-NC) option. The “non-commercial use only” variants of the Creative Commons licenses are non-free, and in some ways worse than traditional copyright law — because it can be harder

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