[cc-community] radio news as creative commons
peter.brink at brinkdata.se
Sun Aug 28 10:33:55 EDT 2005
drew Roberts skrev:
> What gives you the right to interview me and then put your copyright on the
> work? Why do I not get equal copyright? I can imagine there being some
> special rules as apply to new organisations, but if they exist , and are
> being relied on for this purpose, I wonder if you could give anything other
> than an ND-NC license for non-news uses. Unless the interviewee agrees to the
> proposed license beforehand.
AFAIK In Sweden it's normally the interviewer that holds the copyright
to an interview (regardless of whether he is doing the interview as a
part of his job or not). It is the interviewer that does the editing of
the interview and it that effort which is the reason for his copyright.
In some cases though, the copyright might be jointly held by the
interviewer and interviewee, such as for example when the interview is
published as a verbatim copy of what was actually said.
I would suppose that the rules in the rest of Europe are similar to
those of Sweden.
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