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2004 November

CD fruit of new music license

Press Robot, November 30th, 2004

… under a new type of license. Called the Creative Commons, it is the…
From The Charleston Post and Courier

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CREATIVE Commons search

Press Robot, November 30th, 2004

p2pnet.net News:- Creative Commons has joined the search engine club with
an updated beta which scours the web for text, images, audio, and video…
From P2Pnet

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UPDATED Version of Creative Commons Search Engine Now Available

Press Robot, November 30th, 2004

A news release on the Creative Commons site lets us know that an “updated…
From Search Engine Watch

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MOZILLA Firefox Browser Blazes Across the Globe

Press Robot, November 30th, 2004

… an array of toolbars — Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) , Amazon.com (Nasdaq:
AMZN) , Dictionary.com, Ebay.com, Yahoo (Nasdaq: YHOO) and Creative Commons…
From Linux Insider

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TURNING back the copyright clock

Press Robot, November 30th, 2004

… If you curious about the quality of Creative Commons works, here are…
From P2Pnet

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AN Open Source License for Education?

Press Robot, November 30th, 2004

… license to use. I was curious if anyone had considered or compared…
From Slashdot

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COPYRIGHT-SHARING group delves into science

Press Robot, November 30th, 2004

The Creative Commons, a nonprofit group aimed at carving out ways to share
creative works, is expanding from the realm of copyright into patents…
From Cnet’s News.com

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CREATIVE Commons paradox

Press Robot, November 30th, 2004

p2pnet.net Opinion:- Creative Commons is being hailed as an option to the…
From P2Pnet

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‘MUSICIANS are thieves’

Press Robot, November 30th, 2004

… “These musicians are saying that true creativity needs to be open,
fluid, and alive,” says Creative Commons. “When it comes to copyright…
From P2Pnet

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FREE MP3s and the Creative Commons

Press Robot, November 30th, 2004

… to address the gap between “this is copyrighted and you can’t use it
for anything,” and “take my rights, please.” Luckily, the Creative Commons…
From Cnet News.com

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