|Nick on Wed, 9 Nov 2011 12:53:19 +0100 (CET)|
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|Re: <nettime> The Creative Commons is to Free Culture what Shareware is to Free Software|
Thanks for this Dmytri, I really enjoyed it. To me it highlights in particular how negative is Creative Commons' preference to conflate their licenses under the heading "licensed under a creative commons license," and refusing to take a stance as to the implications of license choice, as for example the FSF do. After all several CC licenses (BY, BY-SA, Zero) are all very useful to "free culture" people, but the issues of free culture, of seeking to break down the barriers between 'consumer' and 'producer,' are barely if at all mentioned.
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