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Creative Commons is working with the Centre for Asia Pacific Technology Law & Policy (CAPTEL) to create jurisdiction-specific licenses for Singapore from the “unported” Creative Commons licenses.
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Legal Project Lead: Lam Chung Nian
Public Project Lead: Assistant Professor Giorgos Cheliotis; Fellow, CAPTEL
Community Manager: Ivan Chew
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More about the Centre for Asia Pacific Technology Law & Policy (CAPTEL)
The Centre for Asia Pacific Technology Law & Policy (CAPTEL) is a research center founded to investigate and research issues on how businesses and economies are being affected by the challenges of new technologies on law, regulation and policy. CAPTEL is located at the Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University.
For more information, please visit http://captel.ntu.edu.sg/.
CC Singapore and CCi would like to thank Associate Professor Anil Samtani, Deputy-Director of CAPTEL, for his substantial efforts to adapt and promote the CC licenses in Singapore as part of his former role as the team’s Legal Project Lead.Posted 17 November 2008