[cc-licenses] PROCEDURAL SUGGESTION
melanie dulong de rosnay
melanie.dulong-de-rosnay at cersa.org
Wed Oct 4 11:38:11 EDT 2006
at CC France we don't need to have this debate closed today and i
agree with Tom that people who don't agree with the amended anti-TPM
clause should be able to continue to discuss until hopefully some
kind of consensus or the strong feeling that consensus will not be
reached now (within a few days/weeks).
i do agree with the anti-TPM clause so that CC granted rights are not
restricted, i don't see why the additional transaction cost to
negotiate an authorization to wrap CC content in DRM could not be
carried by those who already carry the cost of developing a business.
and yes Paul and others it is impossible to follow all the exchanges
& arguments, so would the other people please send, when they feel
the discussion is close to an end, maybe with an new object title, a
*shorter* summary of the DRMDave et al use cases explaining why which
use cases could be prevented by the anti-TPM clause, because it is
too complicated for me to understand without reading posts at least
twice and maybe therefore further discussion in longer posts is
needed by the people who really understand these use cases.
i think i did understand one argument proposing to remove the anti-
TPM clause in BY or non NC licenses because licensors using BY may be
ok with almost anything but we're not sure of this and we should tend
to keep the system uniform for all options.
Le 4 oct. 06 à 16:48, Patrick Peiffer a écrit :
> because parallel distribution
> - is too complex in practice
> - has only esoteric use cases at the moment,
> - the non-exclusive nature of CC allows for nearly every possible way
> out of this for licensors anyway, including DRM,
> - we don't like to see TPMs restricting CC given rights,
> - we're pragmatic and it's only v3.0...
> ...BUT we really want to port this 3.0 nationally for 2007, so for all
> practical purposes of this public discussion, we consider the TPM
> question resolved.
> regards, patrick, cc-lu
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