Is CC-BY really a problem or are we boxing shadows? | Unlocking Research

flavoursofopenscience's bookmarks 2018-08-06


"Comments from researchers and colleagues have indicated some disquiet about the Creative Commons (CC-BY) licence in some areas of the academic community. However, in conversation with some legal people and contemporaries at other institutions (some of these exchanges are replicated at the end of the blog) one of the observations was that generally academics are not necessarily cognizant with what the licences offer and indeed what protections are available under regular copyright. To try and determine whether this was an education and advocacy problem or if there are real issues we had a roundtable discussion on 29 February at Cambridge University attended by about 35 people who were a mixture of academics, administrators, publishers and legal practitioners. The discussion centred on some of the objections raised in the information circulated before the meeting (which is summarised at the end of this blog). For ease of description each objection is addressed in turn."


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Danny Kingsley


Philip Boyes, Joyce Heckman

Copyright info:

CC-BY 4.0 -- Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License

Date tagged:

08/06/2018, 11:40

Date published:

08/06/2018, 14:31