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2005 April

MAGNATUNE releasing USB thumb drives pre-loaded with music

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

… Oh, and they actually release decent music.” All tracks are pure, Creative
Commons-licensed MP3s born of Zion, so you’ve gotta know they’re guaranteed
from engadget – USA

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SUPREME Court Asked To Reverse Music Sampling Case

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

… But seriously, wouldn’t it render the new Creative Commons Sampling
from Slashdot – USA

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FREE Samples Go Legit with New Creative Commons Sampling Licences

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

… Now new licenses from Creative Commons promise to make it easier for
from Synthtopia – AZ,USA

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IBM pledges 500 patents to OS developers

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

… Larry Lessig, Stanford Law school professor and founder of the Creative
from The Register – London,England,UK

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THE Inadequacies Of Current Copyright Laws

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

… The balanced approach to copyright and recognizing the intellectual
property rights of others as advocated by Creative Commons is how ‘normal’
from WebProNews – Lexington,KY,USA

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GEEKS on CSPAN: Publishing Forum talks about Wikis, Doctorow, and …

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

The program was interesting, I was only half watching and Ken Goffman starts
from Onlamp – USA

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WE’RE Creative Commonists, Bill

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

… and designers were quick to dream up “creative communist” symbols,
a play on one of the best-known groups working for copyright reform, Creative
from Wired News – USA

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SLASHDOT | Creative Commons For Science

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

from Creative Commons For Science. … Do you think Eli Lilly will allow its

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TECH Must Surpass Small Politics in 2005

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

… Stanford professor Larry Lessig’s Creative Commons license is a good
tool that allows for a variety of uses under a variety of circumstances
from eWeek – New York,NY,USA

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LINDA Seebach: Google’s library plan a smart move

Press Robot, April 21st, 2005

… Creative Commons, a non-profit organization based at Stanford Law School,
has established what it calls “Founders’ Copyright,” a legal mechanism
from Naples Daily News – Naples,FL,USA

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