[cc-licenses] How to set properly a license to an offline work?
mia at creativecommons.org
Sun Mar 26 19:28:29 EST 2006
jonathan, which section of the NonCommercial Guidelines do you think
authorizes a nonprofit to sell someone's NC-licensed material? I
would have thought that D(1)(a) pretty clearly prohibits that.
On Mar 26, 2006, at 3:26 PM, Jonathon Blake wrote:
> Jack wrote:
>> I have chosen a BY-NC-SA license, and I suppose the following
>> text is what
> Do you understand _all_ of the issues invloved with using the NC
> Have you read _any_ of the guidelines --- both unofficial,
> semi-official, and unofficial -- that have been released/written by
> Creative Commons, or people on the various lists?
> You are absolutely sure you want to use CC-BY-NC-SA?
> [FWIW, I use that licence, and have run into some major issues with
> how those guidelines appear to define/interpretate "NonCommercial".
> Issues that I would never have expected to encounter. (For example, a
> non profit organization can sell your material --- without notifying
> you of that fact, much less paying you any royalties. (And yes, I am
> making the assumption that royalites, for commercial usage --such as
> selling prints --- is the reason why you want to go with the NC
> licnece. ) )
> Greg Lond's message --- Message-ID
> <594220.127.116.11.1.1143076466.squirrel at www.greglondon.com> --- explains
> why NC is a bad idea. Whilst I do not agree with his reasoning, his
> thesis that as implemented, all of the CC-NC licences are flawed is
> correct. They do not protect what they appear to be protecting.
> Ethical conduct is a vice.
> Corrupt conduct is a virtue.
> Motto of Nacarima.
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