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Read the story of Bassel Khartabil, Syrian prisoner who lives and risks dying for a free Internet

The original article was written by Stéphanie Vidal in Slate.fr. It has since been published under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license. Please attribute author Stéphanie Vidal and Slate.fr as the place of first publication by linking to the original article. The following has been translated into English by Philippe Aigrain, Mélanie Dulong de Rosnay, … Read More “Read the story of Bassel Khartabil, Syrian prisoner who lives and risks dying for a free Internet”

Creative Commons Board of Directors approves resolution calling for Bassel Khartabil release

At its meeting on October 16, 2015, the Creative Commons Board of Directors unanimously approved the following motion: Consensus Resolution re: Bassel Safadi  WHEREAS: Creative Commons is hosting its bi-annual Global Summit in Seoul, South Korea from Oct 15-17, 2015, an event that has previously been attended by Bassel Khartabil, where he was an active … Read More “Creative Commons Board of Directors approves resolution calling for Bassel Khartabil release”

Open licensing guide for foundation staff

Government funders are increasingly adopting open licensing policies for copyrightable works and data they create or commission. Over the last few years we’ve been excited to work with philanthropic foundations to implement similar open licensing policies for their grant-funded and in-house created works. Because there is a limit to the funds available to even the largest foundations, most … Read More “Open licensing guide for foundation staff”