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2005 April

SLASHDOT | Creative Commons Remix Contest

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

(Score:1) by LawGeek (104616) on Thursday January 13, @09:58AM (#11348409).
from Creative Commons Remix Contest. Music. … More Creative Commons Music

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NEW Music Group Claims Cultural Revolution Through Copyright …

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

… musical group, Tryad, today announced that its four members formed
a virtual band across the ocean through the copyright reform organization
from 24-7PressRelease.com (press release) – USA

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IN Brief: U2, Ludacris

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

… The BEASTIE BOYS, CHUCK D, LE TIGRE and MY MORNING JACKET are among
the artists being sampled for Creative Commons’ and Wired’s “The Fine
from Rolling Stone – USA

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TWO Remix Contests: February 12

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

Creative Commons has launched a new site, and a new contest. … Mash.
Share., which contains sixteen tracks licensed under Creative Commons
from Youth Media Network – New York,NY,USA

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SOUNDSLAM News

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

Wired Magazine has teamed up with Creative Commons to launch “The Fine
Art Of Sampling Contest” — a contest to sample tracks from Wired Magazine’s
from SoundSlam.com – USA

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PROFIT, patents and progress

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

On Saturday, Creative Commons, a nonprofit dedicated to offering flexible
copyrights for creative works, launched Science Commons, designed to ease
from Stanford Daily – USA

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BEASTIE Boys, Chuck D. Encourage Sampling With Contest

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

Creative Commons and Wired Magazine have launched “The Fine Art of Sampling”
contest, encouraging fans to sample works from such well known acts as
from AllHipHop – USA

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DOES the Law Follow the Development of Arts?

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

Topics for discussion include Creative Commons, P2P, and music sampling.
The folks at LinuxNews.pl report that prof. Lessig will spend three days
from OpenP2P.com – CA,USA

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CALL to show Scotland’s hidden treasures online

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

… Meanwhile, academics are examining how creative commons licences —
which allow people and organisations such as schools to re-use images
from Sunday Herald – Glasgow,Scotland,UK

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YAHOO! announces search tie-up with Creative Commons

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

Inc has capped a flurry of announcements this week by revealing that it
will now be providing a search engine in collaboration with Creative Commons,
from Earthtimes.org – USA

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