CC licenses and "moral rights"
zotz at 100jamz.com
Fri Mar 25 08:47:33 EST 2005
On Friday 25 March 2005 05:55 am, Peter Brink wrote:
> Branko Collin skrev:
> > On 24 Mar 2005, at 13:35, Peter Brink wrote:
> >>the license is a contractual agreement between the
> >>licensor and the licensee.
> > Why do you say that? Do you have any proof for this? I have never
> > heard of contracts that can be made by just one of the two parties
> > involved. That would certainly set a most dangerous precedent.
> There are loads of such contracts - insurances are a good example,
> shrinkwrap licenses are another.
> There are specific rules for how unilaterally drafted contracts are
> interpreted under contact law, the reason is of course to protect the
> other, weaker, party who have had no way of influencing the language of
> the deed.
Again (in the US) I think these must be signed and there must be
consideration. (There are verbal contracts however, I think even thay must
all the best,
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