Public and extern catalog of works under licenses

Log in

I forgot my password



September 2019
MonTueWedThuFriSatSun
      1
2345678
9101112131415
16171819202122
23242526272829
30      

Calendar Calendar


You are not connected. Please login or register

Creative Commons, specific copyleft or strict copyright?

Go down  Message [Page 1 of 1]

Tokina8937

Tokina8937
Linearia staff - Administrator
That depends.

If you authorize everyone to use your work, if they credit you correctly and with some conditions, set a Creative Commons.
Some rights are reserved.

If you want to authorize some persons only to use your work,if they credit you correctly and with some conditions, you can't set a Creative Commons license. However, you can set a specific copyleft license : that means that the persons that you authorized to use your work are dispensed to request an authorization from you. All other people must request it.
Some rights are reserved for the persons who benefy copyleft, else, all rights are reserved.

If you want to protect your work from other persons, you can set a strict copyright license. However, that doesn't mean that you deposit it.
All rights are reserved.
If you set a strict copyright license, the copyleft will be a Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike License.
If you want to add some conditions (no derivative, no copyright, non commercial), you must to say it. But this copyleft won't be like a Creative Commons license.

NR (No Copyright) and NA (No Advice) aren't compatible with Creative Commons licenses. If you want to authorize everyone to use your work with these conditions :

- for "No Copyright", we've got one solution. You can set a CC license with the "ShareAlike" condition. It will prevent the copyrighting of derivatives... And other problems with your original work! (ex : misidentifications with ContentID...)

- for "No Advice", there's no CC solution. You must set a specific copyleft license and say that everyone is authorized to use the work. Another solution, set the "No Advice" out of a license and say it with your work (ex : "Don't comment or don't give your advice on this work, thanks.").


_________________
Creative Commons, specific copyleft or strict copyright? 915020ban2
View user profile http://toki-crea.eklablog.fr/

Back to top  Message [Page 1 of 1]

Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum