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Police today visited the offices of the Kiribati Independent newspaper which has been publishing for two weeks in defiance of state orders to halt publication until registered. But the weekly newspaper published in Tarawa, Kiribati with an online
We're running a bit late with these, and will have one more excerpt next week. If you want to see the first excerpt and the second excerpt, go check them out. Also, Patricia will be joining us for a live Q&A discussion session about the book on
The group attributes this astronomical success to their use of CC0, an anti-piracy technology produced by the San Francisco, California-based organization Creative Commons (CC). In an internal audit, the group determined that no consumer has ever
Contest Offers Prize For Best Proposal from the crowdsourcing-change dept Through BoingBoing we learn of an interesting contest organized by the Modern Poland Foundation , offering a crowdfunded cash prize for the best proposal to modernize copyright
Demands Licensing Fees For Music It Has No Rights To from the copyfraud dept What is it that we often hear from supporters of stricter copyright laws?...Creative Commons licenses from Jamendo, and insisting that people still had to pay them.
Vimeo launches music store to help you license music for videos September 21, 2011 Sean Ludwig Popular video sharing site Vimeo on Wednesday launched a new service called Music Store that makes it simple to find and license music for creating
The new feature will give users a large selection of video clips from all types of subject areas that they can then share, edit, and remix. Al Jazeera, Voice of America, and PublicResource.org to provide more than 10,000 clips to users. Any videos
If You Want To Do It Legally from the too-bad dept We've talked a few times recently about the wonders of sample-based music , along with the fact that the legal issues surrounding copyright on such works means that many works are simply not legal .
At the time, the least restrictive still required attribution, which wasn't the same as ridding yourself of copyright. Thankfully, about a year and a half ago, CC introduced the CC0 license , which was a dedication of the work to the public domain,
We recently wrote about how James Boyle, along with two other law professors, was putting together a comic book about copyright . It looks some others are thinking along the same lines (and, nicely, using Boyle's recent book as part of their