mia at creativecommons.org
Tue Nov 21 13:19:27 EST 2006
sorry but i don't quite understand your post. as i mentioned -
unless the artist is a member of ASCAP or BMI they legally cannot use
a CC license. but an organization can still use a CC licensed work -
if it is within the terms of the CC license, then they don't have to
do more with it. if their use falls outside of the CC license, then
the organization has to enter into individual deals with each artist
- is that what you mean when you say that it gets treated as an ARR
(I assume you mean "all rights reserved") work?
On Nov 21, 2006, at 10:13 AM, Jonathon Blake wrote:
> Pete wrote:
>> or if the cc license is non-commercial do they have to approach
>> each individual artist (and previous contributors in the case of a
>> remix/mashup etc) in each individual case to negotiate clearance/
>> fees etc?
> Yes, unless all of the artists are also members of the appropriate
> copyright royalty collecting organization--- then it gets treated as
> an ARR work.
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