[cc-licenses] multiple licenses of same image
zotz at 100jamz.com
Sat Jan 27 08:01:22 EST 2007
On Saturday 27 January 2007 06:18 am, Peter Brink wrote:
> drew Roberts skrev:
> > So again I ask, would it not be clearer to change the license from "the
> > work" to "this instance of the work and all instances made or derived
> > from it."
> Perhaps "licensed copy"?
Whatever works and is less confusing than work in this instance. See your
response to my question below.
Let's say I buy a copy of some work from you under a traditional ARR
arrangement (I purchase a photograph from you.) Later, you decide to put all
your photos from the year when you took the one I bought under BY-SA. Why
can't I consider that you have given me a license to the work under new
Is there something in the law or in the licenses that precludes this thinking?
> A quick check of a few Swedish standard form
> contracts, dealing with copyright matters, reveals that the term "work"
> is only used when all economic rights to a works are transferred from
> the author to for example a publisher. The term "licensed copy" is used
> when the license only applies to the a specific copy of a work.
> > Plus, surely I can sell you a license without providing you with the work
> > itself at all?
> Yes of course. Collecting societies does this all the time. If I would
> own a restaurant I would have to pay a collecting society for playing
> music to entertain my guests and that license wouldn't be included with
> any of the CD's that I bought.
> /Peter Brink
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