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Creative Commons is a pretty cool idea and actually something I’ve been thinking about for a while now (though admittedly not nearly in such detail). Essentially the Creative Commons is a set of licenses intended for artists to use to clearly specify which elements of their copyright they wish to enforce.

I think it’s an interesting idea and I may look into it further when I have a bit more time to spend staring at license agreements.

While I think the icons they provide are very useful for creators to communicate their copyright desires to other people, I’m unsure of how useful such a license would really be if a copyright dispute went to court. Would a judge take the licenses seriously?

Posted on - December 16, 2002 [at] 3:16 pm by Brad
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Matthew Graybosch on Creative Commons
January 2, 2003 at 2:09 pm

I’m using the Creative Commons license myself to release drafts of my writing; their licenses make sense, which is more than can be said for most legal (or quasi-legal) documents.

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