On January 25, 2019 Creative Commons and related organisations in the San Francisco bay area are hosting a 1 day celebration at the Internet Archive with talks, performances, multimedia displays to mark the re-opening of the public domain in the U.S. More info soon!
Please join CC in extending a warm welcome to three new members of the CC team!
The focus of this role is the ongoing function and consistent uptime of core CC services (e.g., website, comms tools, license tools and related legal products, fundraising, etc.). This position will also collaborate with the product team to provide DevOps support for CC products such as CC Search, and support the integration of CC products … Read More “Core Systems Manager”
Creative Commons is pleased to announce an award of new funding in the amount of $800,000 over two years from Arcadia, a charitable fund of Lisbet Rausing and Peter Baldwin, in support of CC Search, a Creative Commons technology project designed to maximize discovery and use of openly licensed content in the Commons.
I’m excited to share an update on the implementation of the CC Global Network Strategy, and to move forward on an important next step that will, for the first time, put the Network in the hands of the Network: the first meeting of Chapter representatives to the Global Network Council.
On July 16, the first four Creative Commons Certificate courses began.
Melody Kramer is a news and public media expert with a special gift for uplifting open knowledge and demonstrating the power of the Commons.
Last week, we launched a redesign of Creative Commons’ various license (aka “legal code”) pages. See one for yourself. In this post, I’ll spell out what the changes are and why we made them. The most obvious change we made is updating the overall look of the pages so that they resemble the rest of … Read More “We’ve Redesigned the CC License “Legal Code” Pages”
Pursuant to a generous grant from Arcadia, a charitable fund of Lisbet Rausing and Peter Baldwin, Creative Commons conducted a formal exploration and analysis of a proposal to create so-called “springing licenses,” a legal mechanism for granting a license that automatically springs into life at a future date. The Idea The idea motivating the concept … Read More “Springing Licenses”