Tag: cc

Creative Commons Licenses and Fair Use

I’ve been watching episode 272 of This Week in Law and one of the guests is Sarah Pearson of Creative Commons. I hear this bit and I immediately rewound and listened again. Check it out: So basically, if your use of a CC-licensed work would fall under Fair Use, you don’t have to follow the license! […]

Is it copyrighted? Can I use it?

Copyright! Complicated, confusing, and not clear-cut. What does a librarian need to know? Michael Sauers

Creative Commons Issues an Update to its Copyright License Suite

After more than two years of community discussions and many drafts, the nonprofit Creative Commons

A Visual Guide To Creative Commons Licensing

Creative Commons Explained

The Copyright Pentalogy: How the Supreme Court of Canada Shook the Foundations of Canadian Copyright

Copyright cases typically only reach the Supreme Court of Canada once every few years, ensuring

Cory Doctorow’s statement on Fox taking down his cc-licensed novel

My Creative Commons licensed, 2013 novel Homeland, the sequel to my 2008 novel Little Brother, spent four

Fox Censors Cory Doctorow’s “Homeland” Novel From Google

Copyfighter, journalist, sci-fi writer and Boing-Boing editor Cory Doctorow has fallen victim to the almighty

Math instructor releases 2,600 videos under Creative Commons Attribution

Arizona Phoenix College math instructor James Sousa has been teaching math for 15 years at both the community college and K-12 levels. Over the years, he has developed more than 2,600 video tutorials on topics from arithmetic to calculus, and made these videos available on YouTube, originally under a CC BY-NC-SA license. His website and […]

Participating in the Creative Commons for MLS

A few weeks ago I delivered my Creative Commons presentation online for the Massachusetts Library