[cc-community] Freely licensed content question(s)
sigmaman at gmail.com
Wed Oct 24 13:04:33 EDT 2007
Yes, I can license my work videos various ways but in order to utilize
Revver's "Ad Bug", I need to "Revverize" the video and license it as
CC NC ND.
On 10/24/07, Terry Hancock <hancock at anansispaceworks.com> wrote:
> sigmaman wrote:
> > However the resulting video will
> > be uploaded to Revver which enforces a CC NC ND license.
> Sounds like this is the real problem. When you say "enforces", what does
> that mean exactly? Can you not override this with a statement of your
> own? Does Revver get an exclusive right from you that prevents you from
> also making your video available from another source?
> I'm not sure if it is actually legally true, but from an ethical
> perspective, it seems perfectly okay to me for you to:
> 1) Post a video on Revver, with "CC-NC-ND" license notice (and if
> possible a notice saying that it is really CC-By-SA or whatever,
> preferably with a link to a download site).
> 2) Make the video available for download from another site under the
> "real" CC-By-SA license.
> Assuming of course that you really are just trying to work around
> Revver's limitations. In fact, I see that Revver has thought of this point:
> We're totally not going steady.
> You may choose to allow people to interact with your video in other
> ways. Maybe you want to allow people to use your video in a mash-up or
> to add it to a compilation DVD. You can do that! The license outlined
> above is non-exclusive and applies only to the Revverized version of
> your video.
> Terry Hancock (hancock at AnansiSpaceworks.com)
> Anansi Spaceworks http://www.AnansiSpaceworks.com
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