[cc-community] [cc-licenses] Rant about CC licenses
zotz at 100jamz.com
Tue Dec 17 09:46:56 EST 2013
On Tuesday 17 December 2013 09:36:42 Emma Carpenter wrote:
> Ah, but how can someone who doesn't want any copyright, also want BY and
> NC terms - which are part of their copyright - applied to their work?
I never said I want NC (I don't), I said I would have used the letters NC to
mean "No Copyright wanted" but those letters are already taken so that I
would use NK instead. IOW: "No Kopyright wanted."
We do not have to have attribution tied to the right to copy in law, we have
chosen to do so.
Claiming a work as one's own when it is not could just as easily be grouped in
with fraud laws surely...
And for the record, if the only way to drop all of copyright is to forgo BY,
then BY can go.
> Emma Carpenter
all the best,
> On 17/12/2013 12:32 PM, drew Roberts wrote:
> > On Monday 16 December 2013 20:46:34 Mitar wrote:
> >> But not about expiration.
> >> Which means that people are taking practically infinite protection
> >> time as something taken for granted. How we will then ever get any
> >> support on changing those terms, if we do never tell people that, you
> >> know, you could also choose something shorter.
> > If you really want to capture data about some creators wishes you would
> > need something like BY-SA-NK (Should be NC but that is already taken with
> > another meaning...) Where NK = No Copyright. This would indicate that I
> > want my work Copyleft and Free and am calling for copyright monopolies to
> > be done away with entirely. (We are going to wreck democracy in our
> > persuit of these monopolies. If we haven't already wrecked it or don't
> > wreck it sooner for other reasons.)
> > all the best,
> > drew
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