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Copyleft at thirty-five
by Donald Robertson published Jul 28, 2020 last modified Dec 16, 2020 08:44 PM
Located in Bulletins / 2020 / Spring
Copyright Infringement Notification
by Donald Robertson published Nov 12, 2012 last modified Jul 05, 2018 02:03 PM
Located in About
Blog Entry Octet Stream Copyright Office fails to protect users from DMCA
by Donald Robertson published Oct 26, 2012
The Copyright Office picked Sony over you; fails to expand DMCA anti-circumvention exemptions to devices other than cell phones, or to the sharing of anti-circumvention software
Located in Blogs / Licensing
Creative Commons Chief Technology Officer
by Donald Robertson published Jul 18, 2011 last modified Apr 30, 2012 04:35 PM
The Chief Technology Officer manages all aspects of the company’s technology infrastructure and provides strong leadership in setting the overall technology direction and goals for the organization. Responsibilities are twofold. First, directly managing the staff responsible for supporting the technology needs of staff; managing the organization’s intranet and internet services; directing the organization’s varied development projects; ongoing technical oversight of the company’s products and services; and solving the most challenging of technology development problems facing the organization. Second, the CTO is a visionary, looking beyond the existing curve with respect to opportunities and innovations that Creative Commons can explore and embrace to remain timely and relevant to its broad constituency.
Located in Resources / Jobs in Free Software
Demystifying copyleft
by Donald Robertson published Jul 08, 2015
Located in Bulletins / 2015 / spring
Blog Entry Troff document Do GitHub's updated terms of service conflict with copyleft?
by Donald Robertson published Mar 14, 2017
GitHub's updated terms caused a great deal of concern, but while they are confusing, they do not appear to be incompatible with copyleft. The Free Software Foundation (FSF), though, still recommends using other code hosting sites.
Located in Blogs / Licensing
Blog Entry Eclipse Public License version 2.0 added to license list
by Donald Robertson published Oct 17, 2017
This copyleft free software license has now been added to our official license list.
Located in Blogs / Licensing
Blog Entry El último borrador filtrado del acuerdo TPP demuestra amenazas sistemáticas a las libertades en el software
by Donald Robertson published May 11, 2015 last modified May 11, 2015 04:39 PM
Líderes clave del congreso de EEUU acaban de llegar a un acuerdo para apurar la «vía rápida» a la "vía rápida" (fast track) para aprobar el tratado TPP. Si bien la amenaza del TPP ha persistido por años, ¡ahora es el momento de rechazarlo!
Located in Licensing
Blog Entry D source code EPA opposed DMCA exemptions that could have revealed Volkswagen fraud
by Donald Robertson published Sep 25, 2015 last modified Jan 11, 2021 12:46 PM — filed under:
The EPA wrote to the Copyright Office opposing exemptions to the DMCA's anti-circumvention provisions that could have helped expose automaker’s fraud.
Located in Blogs / Licensing
Blog Entry chemical/x-isostar European Union Public License v. 1.2 added to license list
by Donald Robertson published Jun 26, 2018 last modified Jun 27, 2018 02:22 PM
The European Union Public License v. 1.2 (EUPL-1.2) joins list of free licenses.
Located in Blogs / Licensing

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