Questions on section 4. Restrictions
nsincaglia at musicnow.com
Wed Apr 27 14:39:04 EDT 2005
>Is there some reason why you think you must encrypt the DVDs?
You are correct that encryption on DVDs is optional. Maybe I should
change the example. Let's say that every short film in the collective
work is under a CC license except one and the author of that one work
requires encryption. The encryption setting is for the whole disc and
not just by chapter.
Would distributing this collective violate all the licenses of all the
CC licensed short films?
From: drew Roberts [mailto:zotz at 100jamz.com]
Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2005 1:04 PM
To: Discussion on the Creative Commons license drafts
Subject: Re: Questions on section 4. Restrictions
On Wednesday 27 April 2005 11:58 am, Sincaglia, Nicolas wrote:
> There are some aspects to the restrictions that kind of surprise me
> I wanted to verify that I understand correctly the restrictions.
> 2). In section 4. Restrictions it states "You may not distribute,
> publicly display, publicly perform, or publicly digitally perform the
> Work with any technological measures that control access or use of the
> Work in a manner inconsistent with the terms of this License
> Using the same collective work consisting of ten short films as an
> example, does this mean I can distribute my collective work on VHS
> tape but not on DVD? Because VHS tape does not typically contain any
> encryption but standard DVDs would?
Is there some reason why you think you must encrypt the DVDs?
On a side note on the same point: Would electronic ticket sales be
a technological measure which controls acces to the public performance
work? (I think not, but does anyone see this differently. Or even worse,
money be considered technology? If so, charging for access is not
all the best,
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