Lessig to speak in San Francisco

Lawrence Lessig / Joi Ito / CC BY CC co-founder Lawrence Lessig will speak on January 8 at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco. JCCSF has provided CC with a special discount code to share with our community. From the announcement: Harvard Law Professor and legal activist Lawrence Lessig (Republic, Lost) believes he’s found … Read More “Lessig to speak in San Francisco”


#SharingEveryday December marks the time of year when many of us start thinking about making year-end gifts to our favorite charities, and #GivingTuesday has become one of the most popular days for donating. As you’re thinking about which organizations you’ll support this year, we hope you’ll think about how Creative Commons affects your life (and … Read More “#SharingEveryday”

German appellate court upholds common-sense attribution

All six Creative Commons licenses require licensees to attribute the original creator. Although we provide guidelines for attributing a work, we also recognize that standards for how and where licensees should provide attribution vary a lot from medium to medium. That’s why CC licenses allow licensees to fulfill the attribution requirement “…In any reasonable manner … Read More “German appellate court upholds common-sense attribution”

CC goes to #Mozfest 2014

Creative Commons staff, affiliates, and supporters were active participants and contributors at this year’s Mozilla Festival, which has become an annual rallying point for the Open Web and our shared values. Our sessions covered a wide range of issues, from new technology, to open education and science, to working as an open organization. Thanks to … Read More “CC goes to #Mozfest 2014”