[cc-licenses] Lawsuit over Virgin Mobile's and Ethical Use
Charles Iliya Krempeaux
supercanadian at gmail.com
Wed Oct 3 11:41:54 EDT 2007
On 10/3/07, paola.dimaio at gmail.com <paola.dimaio at gmail.com> wrote:
> Rich, ( and drew)
> I am not saying it's easy and straightforward, but I am saying there
> must be ways of having it both ways (max freedom and max protection)
> and we should think about it
> (sounds like the advert line for a deodorant now)
Freedom and "protection"... or more accurately freedom and restrictions...
are antithesis. You can't maximize both.
It is true, you can see E as a subset of a religious world view,
> therefore difficult to represent and enforce uniformly , but I am sure
> that there can be simpler ways to agree on 'fair' usage extending the
> fairness to include, say, fundamental human rights, or a simple list
> of 'nonos'
> I can take risk, but I should prevent unnecessary exposure
> > But, to stay more focused on the licenses, is there a default
> > mechanism to revoke permission on a CC license?
> assuming there is (there should be) - its difficult to track usage -
> given that permission is not required
> I personally like the
> > idea of taking the risk and letting the expression stay out there.
> > For one, it carries the default risk of being used by an outright
> > critic. Putting yourself out there with that default risk carries a
> > certain amount of accountability that raises the bar on expression.
> Imagine the photographs of a pretty child used to lurk pedofiles on
> some grim websites
> Legally, the misusage of the photo would not be persecuted until you
> take the trouble of making a claim against that
> (and find them, and track them down, then prove that you did not quite
> intend the license for that , etc). Law enforcement agencies are
> concerned enough about children abuse, the worry about the wrong usage
> of a photo to gain commercial advantage would be secondary I suspect-
> > While I joke about the extensive metadata required for a +E, there
> > actually is an established option.
> > http://www.icra.org/label/
> nice - but not sure that would solve my issue
> sorry if this conversation is becoming a little circular and boring!
> at least we are talking about it -
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Charles Iliya Krempeaux, B.Sc. <http://ChangeLog.ca/>
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