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COMMUNIA hosts public domain celebration in the European Parliament

This is a guest post by Lisette Kalshoven. On Monday, January 25th COMMUNIA organized a Public Domain Day celebration at the European Parliament. COMMUNIA advocates for policies that expand the public domain and increase access to and reuse of culture and knowledge, and consists of many organisations including Creative Commons, Kennisland and Centrum Cyfrowe. The … Read More “COMMUNIA hosts public domain celebration in the European Parliament”

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New CC directors to focus on platforms and content creation

Creative Commons is pleased to announce the appointment of two new senior-level positions to help implement our new strategy. Last week, CC announced a renewed vision to create a vibrant, usable commons, powered by gratitude and collaboration. These two positions will be fundamental to bringing this strategy to life. I’m pleased to appoint Jane Park … Read More “New CC directors to focus on platforms and content creation”

Celebrate CC music: Netlabel Day accepting applications from independent labels

The second annual Netlabel Day celebrating free music under Creative Commons licenses will take place on 14 July, 2016. The call for digital record labels is now open and applications will be accepted through 29 February. First organized by the Chilean label M.I.S.T. Records in March 2015, the 2015 edition featured 80 labels from around the world and released more than … Read More “Celebrate CC music: Netlabel Day accepting applications from independent labels”

Creative Commons awarded $10M grant from Hewlett Foundation to support renewed strategy

On behalf of the Creative Commons staff, Board, Affiliate Network, and global community, we are thrilled to announce that the Board of The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation has unanimously approved an unrestricted multi-year grant in the amount of $10 million to Creative Commons. The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation has been a proud founding … Read More “Creative Commons awarded $10M grant from Hewlett Foundation to support renewed strategy”