[cc-community] CC BY-NC-ND 3.0: is it legal to upload original movie to One-Click-Hoster?
c.high at open.ac.uk
Sun Jan 22 17:50:36 EST 2012
On 22 January 2012 22:25, jonathon <jonathon.blake at gmail.com> wrote:
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> On 21/01/12 12:28, drew Roberts wrote:
> > Are you saying that you can use someone else's ARR work in your BY-NC-ND
> > work without the other person's permission?
> No. The copyright holder of the ARR work can give consent for the
> CC-BY-NC-ND to distribute the content, but that permission does not
> extend to third parties.
I've had another look at the CC-BY-NC-ND terms, and I can't see why it's
possible to publish something on this licence without a permission that
does extend to third parties (provided that their use of it is
non-commercial and is concerned only with redistributing what you've
offered on the licence, without changing it). The positive part of the
licence is after all to 'copy, distribute and transmit'
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