[cc-community] Copyright enforcement and CC BY-NC licenses
hancock at anansispaceworks.com
Thu Aug 7 18:14:59 EDT 2008
Kevin Phillips (home) wrote:
>> > One solution might be to rename the license -- it could be called
>> > "commercial-rights-reserved" (CR), for example.
> Yes, great idea. I think we've discussed this a little previously and came
> up with a bunch of new naming conventions for good measure. However,
> it's not just a question of "what's in a name".
BTW, who's "we"? Clearly "we" on this list have discussed such things,
but that rarely seems to have any impact on CC's decisions.
>> "Do you want to retain a monopoly on commercial exploitation of your
>> work (for example, so that you alone can sell the work or collect fees
>> from collecting societies on the work)?"
> I personally enjoy the direct nature of this one :) Though, can't imagine
> the liberal thinkers would let you get away with using the "e" word.
Hmmph. I consider myself a "liberal", but I think the most important
"'e' word" to avoid is "euphemism".
Terry Hancock (hancock at AnansiSpaceworks.com)
Anansi Spaceworks http://www.AnansiSpaceworks.com
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