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CC Malaysia

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Other URLs
http://www.flickr.com/groups/mycc/

Status
Active

Affiliated institution(s)
Multimedia Development Corporation, Amanz.my

Project lead(s)
Alina Ng (Legal Lead), Muid Latif (Project Lead), Hasnul Nadzrin Shah (Board Member), Hasnul Hadi Samsudin (Board Member), Pete Teo (Board Member)

Mailing address
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Region
Asia-Pacific

Malaysia Case Studies
Strange Symphonies Blog

The ‘Strange Symphonies’ blog presents the writing of Aizat Faiz, a Malaysian free culture advocate working with FLOSS, free content, and open standards.

Malaysian Artist For Unity

Malaysian Artistes For Unity, a collaboration which has since swelled to over 150 active members working with creative, non-partisan projects to build awareness and tolerance in Malaysia.

Malaysia Case Law

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CC Malaysia was first launched in 2006 by Professor Lawrence Lessig (Chairman and CEO of Creative Commons). CC Malaysia would like to thank former Affiliate Institution Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) for its support and guidance in hosting and bringing CC Malaysia since late 2005 until 2007. Throughout 3 active years, MDeC had been organizing workshops, talks, discussions, CC competitions to foster Malaysians to participate in the CC Movement by adapting the sharing culture by creating and remixing creative content.

CC Malaysia Activists such as Hasnul Hadi Samsudin, Hasnul Nadzrin Shah, Dr. Alina Ng, Muid Latif, Sudev Bangah, musician, Pete Teo and along others had been actively promoting Creative Commons awareness through their works and knowledge sharing including performance by Sudev Bangah in Korea. In 2008, Project Lead, Muid Latif began promoting Creative Commons initiative and awareness through creative workshops, discussions, knowledge sharing, creative collaborations and talks in local colleges and universities, art exhibitions by participating asia-pacific region based forums in Yogyakarta and Jakarta, Indonesia and Singapore including meeting up with CC Japan representative in Tokyo, Japan.

Local media and users had been very supportive in promoting Creative Commons Malaysia in the past and present and currently CC Malaysia activist and board members are still working independently to promote CC through various channels and platform including social media.


Resources:

Muid Latif, creative practitioner & digital artist: http://www.moedlatif.com

Sudev Bangah Influence Music Page: http://www.soundclick.com/sudevbangah


Articles quoted from the media:

(In Malay language):

Creative Commons menawarkan kepada orang ramai satu set lesen hak cipta secara percuma dan lesen-lesen ini akan membantu pencipta atau pemegang lesen memberitahu dunia apa yang boleh dan tidak boleh dilakukan berkaitan kerja mereka yang telah dihakciptakan.

Ia terutamanya bagi kerja-kerja yang dipamerkan di Internet dan ia boleh dalam sebarang bentuk seperti rakaman video, rakaman audiovisual, rakaman muzik, imej, video, teks atau rekaan interaktif.

Pilihan lesen berbeza yang disediakan adalah kepunyaan, bukan komersil, bukan kerja derivatif dan samasama berkongsi.

Kepunyaan membenarkan orang lain menyalin, mengedar, berkomunikasi, mempersembahkan kepada orang ramai hasil kerja kreatif hanya sekiranya mereka mengkreditkan pencipta atau pemegang lesen, manakala bukan komersil bermakna kerjakerja hanya bagi tujuan bukan komersil.

Bukan kerja derivatif bermakna pencipta atau pemegang lesen membenarkan orang lain menyalin, mengedar, berkomunikasi, mempersembahkan kepada orang lain hanya salinan verbatim (kata demi kata) kerja tersebut.


- Source, Bernama.com, 17 December 2005.

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