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Over the weekend, the Czech Republic celebrated Liberation Day and officially introduced the complete Czech translation of Lawrence Lessig’s Free Culture. The translation was the culminating work of fifty volunteers over three years, and was enabled by the CC BY-NC license of the original English publication. The Czech version is also available under the same license. Adam Hazdra, project initiator and coordinator, writes, “I hope it will contribute to the promotion of Creative Commons and free culture it aims to restore.”
On behalf of CC Czech, we are pleased to announce that the draft of CC BY-NC-SA 3.0, adapted to Czech law (PDF), is now in public discussion. The CC Czech team, led by Marek Tichy, Lukáš Gruber, and Petr Jansa, have been working with Creative Commons International to port the CC licensing suite to Czech’s copyright law. The local CC project is affiliated with the reputable National Library, Iuridicum remedium, and the Union of Independent Authors, whose members are contributing to the assessment of the license draft.
As part of the public discussion, we warmly invite you to join CC Czech’s discussion list and share your comments with local and international legal experts. If you are interested in providing input for other local ports, several jurisdictions are currently discussing their license drafts as well, including Jordan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia.Comments Off on Czech License Draft in Public Discussion