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It’s time to #MoveFASTR: support public access to publicly-funded research

Shinkansen Tokyo by Parag.naik, available under the CC BY-SA license. Tomorrow the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs will markup S. 779, the Fair Access to Science and Technology Research Act (called FASTR for short). The bill–if enacted–would increase access to federally funded research. It was introduced in both the Senate and House … Read More “It’s time to #MoveFASTR: support public access to publicly-funded research”

New Translations: CC 4.0 licences now available in te reo Māori and Japanese

Today CC is proud to launch two new translations of the latest version of the CC licences: Japanese and te reo Māori. These are particularly significant, as they are the first official translations of 4.0 into Asia-Pacific languages. Perhaps even more exciting, te reo Māori, the language of the Indigenous people of New Zealand, is … Read More “New Translations: CC 4.0 licences now available in te reo Māori and Japanese”

Reminder: submit your proposals for the 2015 Global Summit in Seoul

The 2015 Creative Commons Global Summit is taking place in Seoul, South Korea 14-17 October 2015. CC hosts this gathering every two years, bringing together our affiliate network along with partners, activists, and collaborators in the open movement to celebrate and advance the Commons. The last CC Summit took place in Buenos Aires in 2013. … Read More “Reminder: submit your proposals for the 2015 Global Summit in Seoul”