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2005 April

YAHOO! Unveils Yahoo! Creative Commons Search Beta

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

… today unveiled its new Creative Commons Search Beta where you can find
content you can “use for commercial purposes” or content that you can
from Search Engine Guide – Houston,TX,USA

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YAHOO Offers Creative Commons Search

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

The latest feature, released Thursday as a beta, allows users to search
from InternetNews.com – USA

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UK gets its own Creative Commons

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

A version of the Creative Commons licensing scheme adapted for the UK’s
legal landscape will be formally launched in London on Wednesday evening.
from ZDNet UK – UK

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CREATIVE Commons doing well after one year:

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

In the year since an innovative US copyright protocol known as Creative
Commons has been created, it has attracted top movie, music and book deals.
from Express Newsline – Mohali,India

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‘CREATIVE commons’ is rewriting rules of copyright

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

… “No Meaning No” was released under an innovative licensing scheme called
Creative Commons that some say may be better suited to the electronic
from DetNews.com – Detroit,MI,USA

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FINDING Free Content in the Creative Commons

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

The Creative Commons search engine can help you find tons of (legally)
from Search Engine Watch – Darien,CT,USA

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CREATIVE Commons licence for England and Wales

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

Versions of the Creative Commons licensing model for England and Wales,
from Out-Law.com – UK

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UNDERSTANDING (and Avoiding) Software Patents?

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

… They would be available under something like a creative commons license,
with a feedback/rating system, standard disclaimers that original legalese
from Slashdot – USA

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CREATIVE Commons Is Rewriting Rules of Copyright

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

… John Buckman, head of Magnatune, made Creative Commons the foundation
of his online record label, which has made half its money from licensing
from Washington Post – USA

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FILE sharing: Does it have to be a Supreme Court case?

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

… a group of law professors, the National Association of Shareholder
and Consumer Attorneys, the National Venture Capital Association, Creative
from Chicago Daily Herald – Chicago,IL,USA

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