Sony uses CC in Blu-ray marketing campaign

Sony Europe is releasing marketing assets for its Blu-ray Disc format under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license as an integral part of its campaign: “By creating assets available exclusively online and licensing them under Creative Commons, we are encouraging increased interaction between Sony and our target audience,” says James Kennedy, General Manager for Communications Europe … Read More “Sony uses CC in Blu-ray marketing campaign”

Internet Archive web-based upload

The Internet Archive has been the most important repository of Creative Commons licensed media since Creative Commons launched over 4 1/2 years ago. However, their ftp-based upload was a barrier to those unfamiliar with that pre-web technology and the Internet Archive’s upload workflow. A small price to pay for otherwise free access to the repository … Read More “Internet Archive web-based upload”


Creative Commons International is working with Dharmniti Law Office, ChangeFusion Institute, and Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology (SIIT) to create Thailand jurisdiction-specific licenses from the generic Creative Commons Licenses (CCL) and promote CCL and free culture of copyrighted work in Thai society. More details of the collaboration can be found at Creative Commons Thailand project … Read More “Thailand”