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Scholarship and critique regarding Creative Commons

These articles and comments have been collected to represent the different views about Creative Commons and issues related to Creative Commons. If you know of an article or comment that is not represented here, please add it, or suggest on the talk page. Articles and comments that are suitable for inclusion here are those which somehow progress and contribute to the debate that surrounds CC & CC-related issues.

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General Articles and Comments Related to CC and CC Related Topics

2013

  • Taylor & Francis / Routledge, March 2013. Open Access Survey Supplement 1: Regional and Subject Breakdowns

of Licence Preferences. link (pdf)

  • Cammaerts, Bart; Mansell, Robin; Bingchun Meng, September 2013. Copyright & Creation: A Case for Promoting Inclusive Online Sharing. link (pdf)
  • Dieter, Nil... & Wiebe, Andreas, 2013. Safe to Be Open: Study on the Protection of Research Data and Recommendations for Access and Usage. link

2012

  • Anne Fitzgerald, Neale Hooper, Cheryl Foong & Brian Fitzgerald, 'Open access to judgments: Creative Commons licences and the Australian courts' (2012) 19(1) Murdoch University Law Review, p. 1. link

2011

  • Botero, Carolina & Cerda, Alberto. Creative Commons en América Latina: Una perspectiva comparada, in e-colabora “Revista de ciencia, educación, innovación y cultura apoyadas por Redes de Tecnología Avanzada”, Colombia, vol. 1, n. 2, 2011, pp. 1 – 15. link
  • Bouchard, Paul. Las promesas de la red y sus implicaciones. Revista de Universidad y Sociedad del Conocimiento, RUSC, Vol. 8, n. 1, 2011, pp. 272-287. link
  • Carroll MW , 2011 Why Full Open Access Matters. PLoS Biol 9(11): e1001210. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1001210 link
  • Anne M. Fitzgerald, Neale Hooper & Cheryl Foong, CC & Government Guide: Using Creative Commons 3.0 Australia Licences on Government Copyright Materials. link
  • Fewer, David. Analysis of Share-Alike Obligations in Municipal Open Data Licenses. Canada: CIPPIC, 2011. link
  • Hagedorn G, Mietchen D, Morris R, Agosti D, Penev L, Berendsohn W, Hobern D (2011) Creative Commons licenses and the non-commercial condition: Implications for the re-use of biodiversity information. ZooKeys 150: 127-149. link
  • Hietanen, Athukorala, Salovaara, What’s with the Free Images? A Study of Flickr’s Creative Commons Attribution Images, Mind Trek 2011.
  • Kapur, Pranavakshar, Creative Commons: Impact on Indian Copyright Law, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha (GGSIP) University - Amity Law School, New Delhi, 2011. link
  • Nevenka Antic, Srbija i Drustvo znanja (1-7) / Serbia and Knowledge Society (8-12), Scribd, 2011 link

2010

  • Melanie Dulong de Rosnay. Creative Commons Licenses Legal Pitfalls: Incompatibilities and Solutions. Amsterdam: Institute for Information Law/Creative Commons Nederland, 2010. link
  • Anne M. Fitzgerald (2010) European Public Sector Information Platform Topic Report No. 13 - State of Play: PSI Reuse in Australia. link
  • Anne M. Fitzgerald & Kylie M. Pappalardo, Creative Commons and Data. link
  • Cheryl Foong (2010) Sharing with Creative Commons : a business model for content creators. Platform: Journal of Media and Communication, pp. 64-93. link
  • Paul Keller (Creative Commons Nederland) & Andy Zondervan (Buma/Stemra). Evaluation of the Creative Commons Buma/Stemra pilot. Amsterdam/Hoofddorp, Augustus 2010. link
  • José Manuel Ruiz Gutiérrez, Crowdfunding y Creative Commons: Nuevos Modelos de Financiación y Propiedad Intelectual para la Producción y Distribución de Proyectos Audiovisuales. CDC Cuadernos de Comunicación, ISSN 1988-3153, Nº. 4, 2010, págs. 30-38. link

2009

  • Christina Angelopoulos. Creative Commons and Related Rights in Sound Recordings: Are the Two Systems Compatible? Amsterdam: Instituut voor Informatierecht, 2009. link
  • Herkko Hietanen. Wikimedia Licensing Policy Change – A Conundrum, WIPO magazine November 2009 link
  • Bingchun Meng. Articulating a Chinese Commons: An Explorative Study of Creative Commons in China. 2009 link

2008

  • Abelson Hal, Adida Ben, Linksvayer Mike, Yergler Nathan, ccREL: The Creative Commons Rights Expression Language, Communia First Workshop, Torino, January 2008. link
  • Dobusch Leonhard, Quack Sigrid, “Epistemic Communities and Social Movements: Transnational Dynamics in the Case of Creative Commons,” MPIfG (Max-Planck Institute for the Study of Societies), Discussion Paper 08/8. link
  • Melanie Dulong de Rosnay. Check Your Data Freedom: Defining a Taxonomy for Access and Reuse of Life Science Data. Nature Precedings, July 2008. link

2007

  • M.M.M. van Eechoud & B. van der Wal, “Creative commons licensing for public sector information: Opportunities and pitfalls“, Institute for Information Law, 2007. link
  • Mary Wai San Wong, ‘User-Generated Content & the Open Source/Creative Common Movements: Has the Time Come for Users' Rights?’ (2007) Link

2006

  • Melanie Dulong de Rosnay, Creative Commons: licencias de contenido abierto para regular trabajos creativos, in Revista de la Asociación de Técnicos de Informática, n. 181, 2006, pp. 28-30. link
  • Creative Commons Submission in response to the Questions for online consultation released in conjunction with the i2010 Digital Libraries Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions [SEC(2005) 1195]. link
  • Digital Rights Management: Report of an Inquiry by the All Party Internet Group link
  • M. Klang. Informational Commons: On creativity, copyright & licenses, Proceedings of European Conference on Information Systems, Göteborg.
  • Hietanen Herkko, Dulong de Rosnay Melanie, « Legal Metadata for Semantic Web Applications: Case Creative Commons », Symposium on Digital Semantic Content across Cultures, Paris, the Louvre, May 2006. link
  • Remix World: towards a global digital commons link
  • A. Rens, Managing Risk and Opportunity in Creative Commons Enterprises, First Monday, volume 11, number 6 (June 2006) link
  • Wikipedia Entry on Creative Commons link
  • Kimberlee G. Weatherall, ‘Would you ever recommend a Creative Commons license?’(2006) Australasian Intellectual Property Resources Link

2005

  • Barker Ed, Duncan Charles, Guadamuz Andres, Hatcher Jordan, Waelde Charlotte, The Common Information Environment and Creative Commons. Final Report to the Common Information Environment Members of a study on the applicability of Creative Commons Licences, 10 October 2005, Link
  • Creative Commons comments as part of WIPO Online Forum on Intellectual Property and Information Society, Theme Two: The intellectual property system and freedom of expression and creativity. link
  • Creative Commons comments as part of WIPO Online Forum on Intellectual Property and Information Society, Theme Three: The public domain and open access models of information creation: at odds with the intellectual property system or enabled by it? link
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, Creative Commons: A Skeptical View of a Worthy Pursuit, in Hugenholtz P. Bernt & Guibault Lucie (eds.), The Future of the Public Domain, Kluwer Law International, 2006. link
  • Mia Garlick, Creative Humbug? Bah the humbug, let’s get creative! By:Mia Garlick, Creative Commons, link
  • Mia Garlick, A Review of Creative Commons and Science Commons , link
  • Andrea Glorioso, gravi (o presunti tali) problemi delle CC, ("The severe (or so believed) problems of CC [licenses]") link
  • H. Hietanen & V. Oksanen, (2005) Legal metadata, open content distribution and collecting societies. link
  • M. Klang (2005). The Digital Commons: Using Licenses to Promote Creativity, Proceedings of Ethicomp. link
  • Mako-Hill Benjamin, Towards a Standard of Freedom: Creative Commons and the Free Software Movement, july 2005. link

2004

  • Christiane Asschenfeldt, "Copyright and Licensing Issues—The International Commons." In CERN Workshop Series on Innovations in Scholarly Communication: Implementing the Benefits of OAI (OAI3), 12 February-14 February 2004 at CERN, Geneva, Switzerland. Geneva: CERN, 2004. link
  • Brian Fitzgerald, Brian, and Ian Oi, "Free Culture: Cultivating the Creative Commons." (2004). link
  • N. Hendriks, (2004) Developing CC Licenses for Dutch Creatives. In Danièle Bourcier and Mélanie Dulong de Rosnay, editors, International Commons at the Digital Age, La création en partage, pages 19-32. Romillat, Paris, 2004. link
  • M. Pawlo, (2004) What is the Meaning of Non-Commercial? in Bourcier D. & Dulong De Rosnay, M. (eds).
  • M. Välimäki, M. and H. Hietanen. (2004). The Challenges of Creative Commons Licensing, Computer Law Review, (06):172-177, Dec 2004. link
  • Jonathan B. Weitzman, and Lawrence Lessig. "Open Access and Creative Common Sense." Open Access Now, 10 May 2004. link

2003

  • "Out of the Way: How the Next Copyright Revolution Can Help the Next Scientific Revolution." PLoS Biology 1, no. 1 (2003): 30-31. link
  • Lawrence Lessig, The Creative Commons, RBL, Tokyo (2003). (No online link available at this time).
  • Barbara F. Schloman,"Creative Commons: An Opportunity to Extend the Public Domain." Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, 13 October 2003. link
  • Gary Stix, "Some Rights Reserved." Scientific American 288, no. 3 (2003): 46. link

2002

  • D.C. Denison, "For Creators, An Argument for Alienable Rights." Boston Globe, 22 December 2002, E2. (No online link available at this time).
  • Hal Plotkin, "All Hail Creative Commons: Stanford Professor and Author Lawrence Lessig Plans a Legal Insurrection." SFGate.com, 11 February 2002. link

Books & Book Chapters Related to CC and CC Related Topics

2010

  • Danièle Bourcier, Pompeu Casanovas, Melanie Dulong de Rosnay, Catharina Maracke (editors), (2010). Intelligent Multimedia. Sharing Creative Works in a Digital World, European Press Academic Publishing, Florence, June 2010, 412 p. ISBN: 9788883980633. link to pdf - link to table of contents
  • Anne M. Fitzgerald, Neale Hooper & Brian F. Fitzgerald (2010) The use of Creative Commons licensing to enable open access to public sector information and publicly funded research results : an overview of recent Australian developments. In Bourcier, Danièle, Casanovas, Pompeu, Dulong de Rosnay, Mélanie, & Maracke, Catharina (Eds.) Intelligent Multimedia : Managing Creative Works in a Digital World. European Press Academic Publishing , pp. 151-174. link
  • Brian F. Fitzgerald (Ed.) (2010) Access to public sector information : law, technology and policy. Sydney University Press, Sydney. link
  • Anne M. Fitzgerald, Brian F. Fitzgerald & Neale Hooper (2010) Enabling open access to public sector information with Creative Commons Licences : the Australian experience. In Access to Public Sector Information : Law, Technology & Policy. Sydney University Press. link
  • Anne M. Fitzgerald (2010) Open access and public sector information : policy developments in Australia and key jurisdictions. In Access to Public Sector Information : Law, Technology & Policy. Sydney University Press. link

2008

  • Herkko Hietanen, The Pursuit of Efficient Copyright Licensing—How Some Rights Reserved Attempts to Solve the Problems of All Rights Reserved, PhD. Dissertation, 2008. Pdf-link

2006

  • Yochai Benkler, (2006). The Wealth of Networks: How Social Production Transforms Markets and Freedom. New Haven: Yale University Press. ISBN 0300110561. link

2005

  • Eric von Hippel, (2005). Democratizing Innovation, Cambridge: MIT Press. ISBN 0262002744. link
  • Lawrence Lessig, (2005). Free Culture: The Nature and Future of Creativity. New York: Penguin. ISBN 9780143034650. link
  • Kembrew McLeod, (2005). Freedom of Expression (R) : Overzealous Copyright Bozos and Other Enemies of Creativity. New York: Doubleday. ISBN 0385513259. link

2004

  • Danièle Bourcier, Mélanie Dulong de Rosnay (editors), (2004). International Commons at the Digital Age/La création en partage. Paris: Editions Romillat. ISBN 2878940814. link to book pdf - link to table of contents (NB. At the time this book was prepared, iCommons referred to the international licensing project currently known as Creative Commons International)

2001

  • Lawrence Lessig, (2001). The Future of Ideas: The Fate of the Commons in a Connected World. New York: Random House. ISBN 0375505784.
  • Kembrew McLeod, (2001). Owning Culture: Authorship, Ownership, and Intellectual Property Law (Popular Culture and Everyday Life). New York: Peter Lang Publishing. ISBN 0820451576. link

1999

  • Lawrence Lessig, (1999). Code, and Other Laws of Cyberspace. New York: Basic Books. ISBN 046503912X.

1997

  • James Boyle (1997). Shamans, Software, and SpleensL Law and the Construction of the Information Society. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. ISBN 0674805232.

Law Journal Articles about CC and CC Related Topics

2011

  • Herkko Hietanen, “Creative Commons Olympics. How Big Media is Learning to License From Amateur Authors” (2011) 2 Journal of Intellectual Property, Information Technology and E-Commerce Law Link
  • Catherine Jasserand, “Creative Commons licences and design: Are the two compatible?” (2011) 2 Journal of Intellectual Property, Information Technology and E-Commerce Law Link

2010

  • Cheryl Foong, "Open content licensing of public sector information and the risk of tortious liability for Australian Governments" (2010) 17(2) eLaw Journal, 23-49. link
  • Catharina Maracke “Creative Commons International: The International License Porting Project” (2010) 1 Journal of Intellectual Property, Information Technology and E-Commerce Law Link
  • Juan Sebastián Sereno Restrepo, "Contenido generado por usuarios (ugc), wikies y derecho de autor". Revista la propiedad inmaterial, n. 14, 2010, págs. 209-260. Link

2009

  • Chen Shun-ling, “To Surpass or to Conform – What are Public Licenses For?”, University of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology & Policy, Issue 1, 2009, 107–139.
  • Bas Bloemsaat & Pieter Kleve, ‘Creative Commons: A business model for products nobody wants to buy’ (2009) 23(3) International Review of Law, Computers & Technology 237

2008

2007

  • Michael Carroll, “Creative Commons as Conversational Copyright,” Villanova Law/Public Policy Research Paper No. 2007-8, in Intellectual Property and Information Wealth: Issues and Practices in the Digital Age, YU Peter K. (Ed.), Vol. 1, New York: Praeger, 2007, 445–61. link
  • Jessica Coates, ‘Creative Commons - The Next Generation: Creative Commons licence use five years on’ (2007) 4 SCRIPT-ed (1) 72 Link
  • Hietanen Herkko, “A License or a Contract, Analyzing the Nature of Creative Commons Licenses,” NIR Nordiskt Immateriellt Rättsskydd (Nordic Intellectual Property Law Review), 2007/6, 76, 516–535. link
  • Lydia Pallas Loren, "Building a Reliable Semicommons of Creative Works: Enforcement of Creative Commons Licenses and Limited Abandonment of Copyright" . George Mason Law Review, Vol. 14, p. 271, 2007 link
  • Rafael Sánchez Aristi, Las licencias creative commons: un análisis crítico desde el derecho español. Revista jurídica de deporte y entretenimiento: deportes, juegos de azar, entretenimiento y música, n. 19, 2007, págs. 417-445. link

2006

  • Michael W. Carroll, ‘Creative Commons and the New Intermediaries’ (2006) 45 Michigan State Law Review Link
  • Andrés Cuevas-Cardenas, Creative Commons: ¿Alternativa a la Propiedad Intelectual en Chile?, Alfa-Redi AR: Revista de Derecho Informático, n. 98, 2006 Link
  • Séverine Dusollier, The Master's Tools v. The Master's House: Creative Commons v. Copyright, Columbia Journal of Law and the Arts, vol. 29, Spring 2006, p. 101.
  • Andres Guadamuz Gonzalez, Open Science: Open Source Licenses in Scientific Research, 7 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 321(2006).
  • Zachary Katz, Pitfalls of Open Licensing: An Analysis of Creative Commons Licensing, 46 IDEA 391 (2006).
  • Raquel Xalabarder Plantada, "Las licencias Creative Commons: ¿una alternativa al copyright?". UOC Papers: revista sobre la sociedad del conocimiento, n. 2, 2006. link

2005

  • Jerry Brito and Bridget Dooling, An Orphan Works Affirmative Defense to Copyright Infringement Actions, 12 Mich. Telecomm. Tech. L. Rev. 75 (2005) link
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, What Contracts Cannot Do: The Limits of Private Ordering in Facilitiating A Creative Commons, 74 Fordham L. Rev. 375 (November 2005).
  • Lawrence B. Solum,Book Review : The Future of Copyright Free Culture: How Big Media Uses Technology and the Law to Lock Down Culture and Control Creativity. By Lawrence Lessig, 83 Tex. L. Rev. 1137 (2005).
  • Matthew Dean Stratton, Will Lessig Succeed in Challenging the CTEA, Post-Eldred?, 15 Fordham Intell. Prop. Media & Ent. L.J. 893 (Spring, 2005).

2004

  • Anupam Chander and Sunder, Madhavi, The Romance of the Public Domain, 92 Calif. L. Rev. 1331 (2004).
  • Lawrence Lessig, Commentary: The Creative Commons, 65 Mont. L. Rev. 1 (Winter, 2004).
  • Lawrence Lessig, Free(ing) Culture for Remix, 2004 Utah L. Rev. 961 (2004).
  • Robert P. Merges, A New Dynamism in the Public Domain, 71 U. Chi. L. Rev. 183 (Winter 2004).
  • Christopher Sprigman, Reform(aliz)ing Copyright, 57 Stan. L. Rev. 485 (November, 2004).

2003

  • Jeffrey L. Harrison, Creativity or Commons: A Comment on Professor Lessig, 55 Fla. L. Rev. 795 (2003).
  • Lawrence Lessig, Dunwoody Distinguished Lecture in law: The Creative Commons, 55 Fla. L. Rev. 763 (2003).

Criticisms of/Debate About Creative Commons & CC-related issues

2006

  • Association Littéraire et Artistique Internationale (ALAI), MEMORANDUM ON CREATIVE COMMONS LICENSES, link
  • Australian Copyright Council, Information Sheet: Creative Commons Licenses, May 2006. link
  • Niva Elkin-Koren, "Creative Commons: A Skeptical View of a Worthy Pursuit" . THE FUTURE OF THE PUBLIC DOMAIN, P. Bernt Hugenholtz & Lucie Guibault, eds., Kluwer Law International, 2006 Available at SSRN: link
  • Mihály Ficsor, "How Did We Arrive Here? The Evolution of Copyright Legislation (the End of?), link
  • Becky Hogge, "What Moves a Movement," link

2005

  • Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA) position on CC, link
  • D. M. Berry, & Giles Moss, “On the ‘Creative Commons’: a critique of the commons without commonalty,” Free Software Magazine. No. 5., link
  • D. M. Berry, & Giles Moss,"Libre Commons = Libre Culture + Radical Democracy. link
  • Antonio Delgado, "Las 'Licencias Creative Commons'", documento OMPI-SGAE/DA/ASU/05/15, link
  • John C. Dvorak,“Creative Commons Humbug,” PC Magazine, link, Dvorak's revised position on CC: link
  • Sarah Faulder, "What Creative Commons really means for writers," link
  • Michael Fitzgerald, "Copyleft Hits a Snag," link
  • Benjamin Mako Hill, "Towards a Standard of Freedom: Creative Commons and the Free Software Movement," link
  • Geert Lovink and Ned Rossiter, "Dawn of the Organised Networks," FibreCulture Journal Issue 5, link
  • Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance (MEAA)'s Media Release: "AFC provides no Sanctuary for Australian performers," link
  • Erik Möller, "The Case for Free Use: Reasons Not to Use a Creative Commons -NC License," link
  • Raymond Nimmer, “Open source license proliferation, a broader view," link
  • Andrew Orlowski, “On Creativity, Computers and Copyright," The Register. link
  • Andrew Orlowski, "The Commons Just Isn't Creative," The Register. link
  • Emma Pike, "What you need to know about Creative Commons," link
  • Emma Pike, "Let's be Clear about Creative Commons," Sound Nation. link
  • Evan Prodromou, "debian-legal Summary of Creative Commons 2.0 Licenses," link
  • Response of Australian Performing Rights Association (APRA) to Creative Commons International, Regarding the Application of APRA for Authorization, link
    • Creative Commons International's First Submission: link
    • Creative Commons Internationals' Second Submission: link
    • filed as part of the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission's consideration of the Australian Performing Rights Association's application for Authorisation of its input & output arrangements. All documents can be found here: link
  • Richard Stallman, Position on Creative Commons: here and here
  • Péter Benjamin Tóth, “Creative Humbug: Personal feelings about the Creative Commons licenses," link
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