[cc-community] Creative Commons and privacy rights
evan at wikitravel.org
Sat Sep 18 17:39:10 EDT 2004
James Grimmelmann wrote:
>> What about redistributors or makers of derivative works? As far as I can
>> tell, there's really no way for them to be sure that a work doesn't
>> someone's privacy, unless they have some kind of documentation from the
>> original author.
> And so on and so on. There are tons of ways you can open yourself up to
> a lawsuit whenever you open your mouth or make a creative work. Across
> the board, the 2.0 licenses say that this is strictly a matter between
> you and the person who might sue you: there is no warranty from the
> licensor that the work is "safe" from any of these torts. Privacy is
> just another example of the general pattern.
I guess what I'm act
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