CC at 10: Government Resources + Open Licensing = Win

On this 10th anniversary of CC, there’s much to celebrate: Creative Commons licenses and tools have been embraced by millions of photographers, musicians, videographers, bloggers, and others sharing countless numbers of creative works freely online. One area of growth in use of CC licenses and public domain tools is for government works. Government adoption of … Read More “CC at 10: Government Resources + Open Licensing = Win”

The Shuttleworth Foundation on CC BY as default and commercial enterprises in education

Photo by Mark Surman CC BY-NC-SA For those of you who don’t know Karien Bezuidenhout, she is the Chief Operating Officer at the Shuttleworth Foundation, one of the few foundations that fund open education projects and who have an open licensing policy for their grantees. A couple months ago, I had the chance to meet … Read More “The Shuttleworth Foundation on CC BY as default and commercial enterprises in education”

An Evaluation of Private Foundation Copyright Licensing Policies, Practices and Opportunities

CC is pleased to announce that the Berkman Center for Internet & Society, in collaboration with the Hewlett Foundation, the Ford Foundation, and the Open Society Institute, has recently published a new study entitled, An Evaluation of Private Foundation Copyright Licensing Policies, Practices and Opportunities, by Philllip Malone. From the announcement, “This project… undertook to … Read More “An Evaluation of Private Foundation Copyright Licensing Policies, Practices and Opportunities”