The story of the Creative Commons (CC) logo is linked to the story of CC. In 2002, just one year after the founding of CC, designer Ryan Junell accomplished the difficult task of designing a logo that is distinctive, yet teaches through its design. Over time, the CC logo has become a recognizable symbol of … Read More “Introducing CC Accidenz Commons: An Open-Licensed Font”
Claudio works to shift CC to a more open, global, and inclusive organization led by its community. He believes in the importance of openness, communities, and policy to create better digital ecosystems.
Claudio has experience in free software licensing, as well as advocating for fundamental digital rights and freedom of expression. After serving as executive director for more than eight years, he is on the board of Derechos Digitales, a nonprofit organization that works to promote, defend, and develop digital rights and civil liberties in Latin America. Claudio used to host a radio show in Santiago, Chile, where he also lives with his dog, Flora. He loves indie rock, coffee, and morning bike rides. Claudio speaks Spanish and English.
Photo credit: Priscilla C. Scott, CC BY
Today we are publicly opening the doors to our renewed Creative Commons Global Network. It’s been a two-year process that was initiated, driven, and designed by CC’s international communities.
In June we shared our community plan to implement the new CC Network Strategy, showing the benefits of a new international structure with an enhanced Chapter model, working together at a global scale with the Network Platforms, and a new governance structure to support the network. The Creative Commons network has always been one of the … Read More “Network Strategy: the transition towards a new model”
The Global Network will identify and collaborate on a series of shared interests and priorities, which we have called Platforms.
The current dominant public policy discourse on the internet and human rights addresses the importance of the these new technologies to empower civil liberties.
The “Safe harbor” provisions on the DMCA have been critical to build the internet as we know it today.