[cc-community] CC-by-nc vs CC-by-nc-sa
email at greglondon.com
Thu Apr 20 22:24:38 EDT 2006
> Quoting David Gil Oliva <al016950 at yahoo.es>:
>> -The derivative works from a CC-by-nc work can have
>> any license, otherwise the Share-Alike wouldn't make
>> any sense.
>> For example, John writes a book (CC-by-nc). You make a
>> film based on that book. You can license the film with
>> any license you want and even use it commercially.
Gak! No! Absolutely Not!
Once John releases a work CC-NC, no one can
take the NonCommercial restriction away without
contacting John and getting an exception.
One of the biggest points for using CC-NC is for
artists to let their work get distributed out
into the public, but requiring the artist's permission
(usually acquired for a sum of money) to use the
See the first frame of page 3 of the CC comic:
then go back to the first page and review from
Bounty Hunters: Metaphors for Fair IP laws
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