[cc-community] No Hard Copy Distribution Condition (Let's discuss)
zelus.et.radix at gmail.com
Mon Feb 11 17:47:09 EST 2008
That's it, Moral Rights! Refs on moral rights:
Author's must have control over the fate of their works. Literary works are
more vulnerable to distortion than other kind of works, and also can bring
more harm in case of misuse by *organizations*. By full copyright a previous
agreement is needed prior to publishing, so the author has a chance to
prevent potential misuse by organizations.
How does CC prevents misuse and violation of moral rights by publishing and
distribution? Or maybe it's not a CC task?
On Feb 9, 2008 9:42 AM, Rob Myers <rob at robmyers.org> wrote:
> jonathon wrote:
> > Eric wrote:
> >> Copyright has never given you (the author) the right to control such
> > Moral Rights: An aspect of copyright that was unknown in the US,
> > until Ted Turner decided to colourize some Black and White movies.
> I don't think this can restrict distribution and consumption of actual
> copies of the books, though. So it cannot control where the books are
> sold, who to, and what the purchasers then do with the knowledge they
> get from them.
> It could conceivably restrict anthologization of a CC-licenced work.
> - Rob.
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