[cc-br] Re: Meeting with The Ministro Tomorrow
carolina.rossini at corp.terralycos.com
carolina.rossini at corp.terralycos.com
Mon Jun 2 15:49:40 EDT 2003
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"GUIGO - Guilherme Alberto de Almeida" <guialmeida at tozzini.com.br>
06/02/2003 12:53 PM
To: <hermano at alternex.com.br>, <rs at bmalaw.com.br>, <jfalcao at fgv.br>,
<rlemos at fgv.br>, <maria.gil at minc.gov.br>, <restreit at msn.com>,
<ronaldo at suchodolski.com>, <cronai at well.com>
cc: <carolina.rossini at corp.terralycos.com>, <julian at juliandibbell.com>,
<omar at kaminski.adv.br>, <lessig at pobox.com>, <tio at pobox.com>, "CARBONI -
Guilherme Capinzaiki Carboni" <gcarboni at tozzini.com.br>
Subject: Re: Meeting with The Ministro Tomorrow
We agree that this is certainly an important step and an historical moment
for Brazilian Culture.
So far, within a small group (me, Mrs. Carolina Rossini, Mr. Guilherme
Carboni and Mr. Omar Kaminski), we have started some work and discussions
in order to port the CC licenses to Brazilian legal system.
We have been dealing specifically with potential aspects of the Brazilian
legislation that could hinder the full enforceability of the CC licenses
(such as the fact that moral rights cannot be waived, or license
limitations in the Brazilian legal context, which could difficult a
'share-alike' license, for instance). We have also been considering that
it could be helpful for the context to present a bill of law with some
amendments to Brazilian actual legislation on Copyrights (Law 9610/98).
Also, we have been working on a translation of the licenses, which could
speed up our discussions and the implementation of open content
initiatives in Brazil
Further to that, we would be glad to join you in the discussions for the
Canto Livre project, and we remain available to provide you any necessary
assistance. As regards the meeting scheduled for today, I will try my best
to participate in person, though this might not be feasible due to my
professional commitments. In any case, we would be happy to participate by
means of a Conference Call, if possible.
We can be reached through Carolina Rossini's phone (11-5509 0444), which
is able to join further calls and therefore connect me and Mr. Kaminski in
the conversation. Please inform whether this is feasible for you.
Omar Kaminski can also be reached at the phone (41 323-4522); my phone
contact, at work, is (11 3291-1573).
We are really eager to help and participate in this project.
Guilherme de Almeida
(speaking also on behalf of Guilherme Carboni, Carolina Rossini, and Omar
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John Perry Barlow <barlow at eff.org>
06/01/2003 09:24 PM
To: Joaquim Falcão <jfalcao at fgv.br>, Hermano Vianna
<hermano at alternex.com.br>,
Ronaldo Lemos <rlemos at fgv.br>, <ronaldo at suchodolski.com>, Renata Streit
<restreit at msn.com>, <rs at bmalaw.com.br>, Cora Rónai <cronai at well.com>,
Maria Gil <maria.gil at minc.gov.br>, Carolina Rossini
<carolina.rossini at corp.terralycos.com>
cc: Julian Dibbell <julian at juliandibbell.com>, Larry Lessig
<lessig at pobox.com>, <tio at pobox.com>
Subject: Meeting with The Ministro Tomorrow
I just got back from an encounter with Sweet Gil in São Conrado and
he has agreed to meet with all of us tomorrow afternoon at 5:30.
(Unfortunately, I may not be there myself, since I have a flight that
leaves at 7:15, but I'm working on changing that...)
We discussed Canta Livre, or whatever it ends up being called, and he
seems very much on board, pending our sorting out the necessary
structural pieces (particularly the legal ones).
This is starting to feel pretty real to me.
In any event, the meeting will take place in his office in São
Conrado at 5:30. The address is Strada da Gavia, 135. If you have a
problem, the number there is 3323-1600.
You can also call me for further details on the cell phone below.
Anyway, let me know if you can't make it. I hope you'll be there.
This could be an historic moment in Brazil.
John Perry Barlow, Cognitive Dissident
Co-Founder & Vice Chairman, Electronic Frontier Foundation
Berkman Fellow, Harvard Law School
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