[cc-sampling] Original Works?

mark / negativland markhosler at charter.net
Sat May 24 02:21:31 EDT 2003

At 11:11 AM -0400 5/23/03, Sarah Brown wrote:
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>>b.      to distribute copies or phonorecords of, display publicly,
>>perform publicly, and perform publicly by means of a digital audio
>>transmission, Your Derivative Work(s).
>Do you need to add language that would allow one to sell their
>original Derivative Work?
>Meaning, if I made a collage and wanted to sell it at a gallery, it
>doesn't seem like this licence would permit it. It would allow me to
>sell *copies* of my collage, but doesn't say anything about the

Good point! We missed that detail, since we have been focused on this 
stuff in relation to mass produced collage art.  Maybe a slight 
change or extra wording would fix this?  What do the lawyers say?


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