Luxembourg 40th Jurisdiction to Offer Ported Creative Commons Licenses

October 15, 2007 — San Francisco, CA, USA and Luxembourg, Luxembourg The launch of the Creative Commons licensing suite today in Luxembourg marks the 40th jurisdiction worldwide to offer Creative Commons licenses adapted to national law. Creative Commons worked in collaboration with Luxcommons ASBL, a local non-profit for researching and developing Open Content headed by … Read More “Luxembourg 40th Jurisdiction to Offer Ported Creative Commons Licenses”

Students for Free Culture in the news

This week the New York Times ran an article about Students for Free Culture, a national student organization that promotes engagement and activism in various areas of digital technology: creativity and innovation, communication and free expression, public access to knowledge and citizens’ civil liberties. Many active Creative Commons affiliates appeared in the article, including students … Read More “Students for Free Culture in the news”

5 Ways to Grow the Commons

Sarah Davies acknowledged her appreciation of our fundraising approach on her blog today, and I would like to take this opportunity to build upon what she said and to also say thank you. In order to sustain Creative Commons, fundraising is vital – but raising awareness and educating the larger community is more so. We … Read More “5 Ways to Grow the Commons”

Screening of Good Copy Bad Copy in NYC (w/ Co-Director + MPAA Q&A Session)

This Tuesday, October 16th, Free Culture @ NYU will be hosting a screening of Good Copy Bad Copy, a fantastic documentary about copyright and culture, at the NYU Courant Institute, followed by a a question and answer session with the film’s award-winning Danish co-director, Henrik Moltke, and Fritz Attaway, the MPAA’s Executive VP and Special … Read More “Screening of Good Copy Bad Copy in NYC (w/ Co-Director + MPAA Q&A Session)”

Support CC by Choosing Good

To all of you CC supporters in Los Angeles — there’s a happening party tonight that you should check out. Good Magazine is throwing a party at the Natural History Museum (details: Good comes back to LA) complete with an open bar and some awesome DJs. The cover is the cost of a subscription ($20), … Read More “Support CC by Choosing Good”