[cc-licenses] different license for different bitrate
mia at creativecommons.org
Thu Dec 14 07:57:01 EST 2006
actually, i disagree....see e.g., clause 7(b) (referring to the BY
license for ease of reference) confirms that: "Notwithstanding the
above, Licensor reserves the right to release the Work under
different license terms..."
the license is non-exclusive, thus it is perfectly acceptable for a
licensor to offer one version under a CC license and one under
separate licensing terms.
On Dec 14, 2006, at 4:14 AM, drew Roberts wrote:
> On Thursday 14 December 2006 02:55 am, Amit Yadav wrote:
>> hi all,
>> i wanted to know if it is possible to have a song file at say 128
>> under CC license and have another file (of the same song) at say
>> 256kbps under Copyright (the usual "all rights reserved" one) when
>> both files are of the same recording….. ??
> I would like it if that were possible, I was trying the same thing
> pictures, I was told no. It is the "work" that is licenses, not an
> of the work.
> I would still appreciate a better explanation of why it must be
> this way.
> all the best,
> (da idea man)
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