Oxford University Press Releases "Lessons from the Identity Trail" Under CC License

51q1w6tgkil_ss500_1Lessons From The Identity Trail: Anonymity, Privacy and Identity in a Networked Society is a collection of essays edited by Ian Kerr, Valerie Steeves, and Carole Lucock recently published by Oxford University Press.

Focusing on “the importance and impact of anonymity and privacy in a networked society”, Lessons From The Identity Trail is being released under a CC BY-NC-ND license, allowing for the free sharing and spreading of the work.

It has been a great week for book releases and it is always inspiring to see large (and small) publishers recognize the value of CC licenses. You can download selected chapters from the collection at the Identity Trail website, with more chapters available tomorrow (4/22/09) and the final set released May 6, 2009. Similarly, you can buy the book directly from Oxford University Press or at Amazon.

One thought on “Oxford University Press Releases "Lessons from the Identity Trail" Under CC License”

  1. This is brilliant. I’m currently working on a CC work of fiction around online identity and I think this is going to be really helpful.

    Many thanks for the head-ups on this.

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