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Faculty of Law, U.C.C.,
Cork, Ireland
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Revision as of 17:22, 2 March 2011

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Affiliated Institution
University College Cork (academic institution)
Project Lead
Dr. Darius Whelan
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CC 3.0 Public Discussion

The public discussion is an open forum where everyone – from lawyers to active license users, from linguists to translators — is invited to contribute.

The BY-NC-SA 3.0 license draft adapted to Irish law is ready for public discussion. The English version of the BY-NC-SA license is available, as is a summary of the substantial changes proposed by the legal team to port the licenses to Irish copyright law. A previous version of this licence was published and opened for discussion and we are now seeking comments on the latest revised version.

If you have comments about the license draft, whether in regards to legal, linguistic or usability issues, please feel welcome to use the wiki's discussion page or the CC Ireland mailing list to share your thoughts.

Comments should be submitted as soon as possible to allow enough time for review, so we encourage you to post to the list before the end of March 2011, when the discussion is scheduled to close.

Thanks to the ongoing efforts of Project Leads Dr. Darius Whelan and Louise Crowley with the support of University College Cork.

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More about University College Cork (UCC)

University College Cork (UCC) was founded in 1845 and is one of the constituent universities of the National University of Ireland.

UCC Law Faculty has an active research record in all areas of law, and offers a number of specialised LL.M. programmes, including one in Intellectual Property and e-Law and one in Criminal Justice. It is also actively involved in making laws available online, hosting the Irish office of the British and Irish Legal Information Institute, and operating the Irish Legal Information Initiative site and Irish Law Site.

For more information about UCC Law Faculty, visit http://www.ucc.ie/law/