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Puerto Rico Launches Localized Creative Commons Licenses

Michelle Thorne, February 21st, 2008

On Feb. 22 in San Juan, the University of Puerto Rico Cyberlaw Clinic will host the launch of Puerto Rico’s localized Creative Commons licenses, marking the forty-fourth jurisdiction worldwide to port the Creative Commons licensing suite. The event will be held at 7:00pm at U.P.R.’s School of Law, featuring an exhibition by Puerto Rican artists, a promotional CD release, and keynote by Creative Commons Chairman Joichi Ito.

The Creative Commons Puerto Rico team is lead by Hiram A. Meléndez-Juarbe, Carlos González-Yanes, and Chloé Georas, who coordinated the porting process and public consultation with local and international legal experts. In preparation for the public discussion, a memorandum was prepared by the 2006-2007 class of the University of Puerto Cyberlaw Clinic to analyze the role of moral rights in Puerto Rico’s mixed legal tradition. The memorandum is available for download.

Congratulations CC Puerto Rico!

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Event on upcoming

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Image Left: Untitled, by Chloé Georas licensed under CC BY-NC-ND. Image Right: Untitled, by Maribel Garrastazu licensed under CC BY-NC-ND

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