Next week, Creative Commons USA is hosting a Twitter chat!
Creative Commons and dozens of the world’s largest web platforms are joining countless internet users and online communities to take action in support of net neutrality.
Yesterday we asked the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit for permission to file an amicus brief in litigation involving our BY-NC-SA 4.0 license. (Full brief [pdf]; motion [pdf]).
At Creative Commons USA, we applaud the Department of Education for making this commitment to the public interest and look forward to ways the OER community can support implementation of this rule.
Today marks another milestone for the commons: the release of the 2016 State of the Commons, our annual deep dive and celebration of the global community working to further collaboration, creativity, and access to creativity and knowledge.
For the last year and a half, Creative Commons HQ staff Sarah Hinchliff Pearson and Paul Stacey have been writing a Kickstarter backed book about sharing and open business models called Made With Creative Commons.
This week, Creative Commons joined a group of 18 organizations to urge the Department of Education to implement the “Open Licensing Requirement for Direct Grant Programs” rule, which ensures that educational resources and other copyrightable works created with Department discretionary grant funds are openly licensed. After more than a year of working its way through[…]
Welcome to the new Creative Commons USA website.
Creative Commons has requested permission to file an amicus brief in litigation between Great Minds and FedEx Office and Print Services, Inc. At the center of the litigation is the proper interpretation of the CC Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 license, known as BY-NC-SA.
Kappa Map Group publishes road atlases under the brand “ADC”. Beginning in 2012, Kappa relied on the Creative Commons license to publish an atlas that incorporates Drauglis’ photo on its cover.