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Copyright and Creative Commons


When we create something, we have the right given by copyright law to be credited for the work, and can choose to share it or not. This episode of BOK will explain the basics of copyright law and creative commons license as well as the role each can play in helping creators protect and share their work.










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This is Copyright and Creative Commons Explained by Common Craft.



Julia’s dream is to make a living as a photographer. In this dream she takes amazing photos, people buy them and their purchases fund her future work. But it's not that simple. Julia wants to publish some of her photos to help spread the world, but she’s concerned because photos are easy to copy. She could lose control and not be able to make a living from her talent.



So she does some research and learns that in the U.S., as with other countries, we have laws that give creators of materials like books, images, movies, artwork and music a way to own and protect their creations. It’s called copyright law. Owning the copyright means having the exclusive right to manage and sell the material. And she’s surprised to find that when she creates photos, she owns the copyright to them automatically without taking any other action, though she can always register them with the U.S. Copyright office for good measure. She likes being covered by copyright law, but it limits her exposure because her permission is required for sharing a photo. She needs a way to make some of her photos more sharable.



Her research leads her to Creative Commons, which is a set of licenses that she can use to make her copyrighted photos free for sharing. By licensing specific photos with a Creative Commons license, she doesn't have to approve each person's request for sharing as long as a few simple rules are followed. She chooses a license that requires the user to provide attribution, or credit for her work and to be use non-commercially. Using Creative Commons means she retains some rights while her photos and name have the potential to be seen by many more people because they can be shared for free.



After considering the options, Julia decides to license a few photos with Creative Commons and use copyright with “all rights reserved” for the rest of her portfolio because it will be important for her goals. So she adds copyright information which includes the year the photo was first taken and her name wherever those photos appear.



Across the country, Kelly needs a travel photo for his magazine article. He searches and finds a nice one online and notes a Creative Commons license and Julia's name. His use is commercial, so he visits her site and finds more photos that fit his needs. The one he wants is marked “all right reserved”, so to avoid copyright infringement and potential legal issues, he contacts Julia who gives him permission to use the photo in exchange for a license fee. This way, Kelly can use the photo in his magazine and Julia can build her career.



Both Kelly and Julia understand that ownership and proper use of materials can be difficult to navigate, especially because the Web is global and copyright laws can vary by country. So here are a few things they always consider. When they see a copyright symbol or notice, they ask the creator about proper use, and they still ask even if they don't see a symbol. When they see Creative Commons licenses like these, they know they can share the material for free as long as they follow the rules of a license, found at creativecommons.org.



Both copyright and Creative Commons are important parts of the system that come with a responsibility to follow rules, rules that support the future work of people and organizations who can make our world a better place.


jessiyear在 整理的生词:
portfolio: n. a set of pictures or other pieces of work that an artist, photographer etc has done. 作品集



infringement: n. an action or situation that interfere with your rights. 侵犯

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[Homework]2012-02-19&02-25 版权与知识共享

This is copyright and create commons explained by common craft.
Julia dream is to make a living as for targerfur. In this dream he takes amazing photoes, people buy them and their purchase found her future work. but it's not that simple. Julia wants to publish some photoes to help express the world. But his concern because photoes are easy to copy. He can loose control and not be able to make a living for her talent. so he does research and learn that US as all these countries we have lost that give creators and materials like books,energies,movies are working music await on protect creations. It called copyright law. Only the copyright means having exclusive right to manage in selling material. and he surprises to find when he creates photoes, he own its copyright automatically without taking any other action. He can always reproduce them with US copyright office for good measure. He likes being covered by copyright law, but limit exposion because his permission is requiring for sharing a photo. He needs a way for photoes for sharable.
Her research leads to create commons,which is said lisence he can use her copyright photoes for sharing. By lisence, percific photo was a created commons lisence he does't has to prove each person's question sharing as long as few simple role are followed. He cheese the liscence required the user to provide artribution accord for her work into be use none commercially. Using create commons means he retains sum right on her photoes and names have potencial to seen by many more people because they can share for free.
After considering the options, Julia decide to lisence a few photoes of create commons and use copyright was all right reserved for the rest for perfore view. because would be impor for her goes. so he adds that copyright information when he includes the ears photo was first taking in her name were ever this photo appear.
Across the country, Kenny need travel photo for his magazine article.He searches and find a nice on a line and note the create commons lisence and Julia's name. His use is commercial, so he visits her site and finds more photoes that fit his needs. The one he wants is marked all right reserved. So to avoid copyright fragment are potencially illegal issues, he contacts Julia who guess in permission to use the photo in exchange for a liscence fee. This way, Kenny can use photo in his magazine and Julia can build her career. Both Kenny and Julia understand an ownership and proper use material can be difficult to navigate, especially because the web's globle and copyright can  very by country. so here few things can always consider. when this copyright symbol will note this. they ask the creator about proper use. They still ask if they don't see a symbol. When they see create  commons liscence like these, they know they can share material for free as long as they followed the rule of liscence, found create commons does work, Both copyright and create commons are important part of the system they come to resposibility to follow rules.
Rules support the future work of people and organizations who can make art world a better place.

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This is Copyright and Creative Commons explained by Common Craft.
Julia's dream is to make a living as a photographer. In this dream, she takes amazing photos, people buy them, and their purchases fund her future work. But it's not that simple, Julia wants to publish some of her photos to help spread to the world. But she's concern because photos are easy to copy. She could lose control and not be able to make a living from her talent. So she does some research and learns that in the US as with the other countries, we have laws that give creators of materials like books, images, movies, art working and music a way to own and protect their creations. It's called copyright law. Owning a copyright means having an exclusive right to manage and sell the material. And she's surprised to find that when she creates photos, she owns the copyright to them automatically without taking any other action. So she can always register them within US copyright office for a good measure. She likes being coverd by copyright law, but limits exposure because her permission is required for sharing a photo. She needs a way to make some of her photos more sharable. Her research leads her to creative commons, which set a licence that she can use her copyright to photos free for sharing. By licencing specific photos with a creative commons licence, she doesn't have to approve each persons for quest her sharing as long as a few simple rules are followed. She chooses the licence that reqires the use to provide the attibution of credit for her work and to be used non-commercially. Using creative commons means she retain some rights of photos and name have the potential to be seen by many more people because they can be shared for free.  After considering the options, Julia decicdes to licence a few photos with creative commons, and use copyright with all rights reserved for the rest of her portfolio because it would be important for her goals. So she adds copyright information which includes the year of the photo was first taken and her name wherever those photos appear.
Across the country, Kelly needs a travel photo for his magazine article. He searches and finds a nice one online and notes a creative commons lisence and Julia's name. His use is commercial, so he visits her site and finds more photos that fit his needs. The one he wants is marked "all rights reserved". So to avoid copyright infringement and potencial legal issues, he contacts Julia who gives in permission to use the photo and exchange for a liscence fee. This way, Kelly can use the photo in his magazine and Julia can build her career. Both Kelly and Julia understand that ownership and proper use of materials can be difficult to navigate, especially because the web's global and copyright laws can vary by country. So here are a few things they always consider. When they see a copyright symbol or notice, they ask the creator about proper use, and they still ask even if they don't see a symbol. When they see creative commons liscences like these, they know they can share material for free as long as they follow the rules of a liscence. Found a creative commons is not work. Both copyright and creative commons are important parts of the system that come with a resposibility to follow rules, rules that support the future work of people and organizations who could make our world a better place.



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[Homework]2012-02-19&02-25 版权与知识共享

This is copyright and creative commons explained by common craft.  Julia's dream is to make a living as a photographer,in this dream she takes  amazing photos,people buy them and their purchase are fine to her future work.But it's not that simple,Julia wants to publish some of her photos to help spread the word.But she's concerned because photos are easy to copy,she can lose control and not be able to making a living from her talent.So she does some research and learns that in the US as with our countries,we have laws that give creators of materials like books,images,movies,art work and music a way to own and protect their creations.It's called copy right law.Owning a  copy right means having the exclusive right,manage and sell the material.And she's surprised to find that when she creates photos,she owns the copy right to them automatically without taking any other action, that  she can always register them with the US copy right office for good measure.She likes being covered by copy right law,but limits exposure because her permission is required for sharing a photo.She needs a way to make  some of her photos more sharable.Her research leads her to creative commons which is said of licenses that she can use to make her copyrighted photos free for sharing.By licensing specific photo with a creative commons licenses,she doesn't have to approve each person's request for sharing as long as a few simple  rules are followed.She chooses a license that requires the user to provide artrobution a credit for her work and to be used none commercially.Using creative commons means she retains some rights all her photos and name have a potential to be seen by many more people because they can be shared for free.
     After considering the options,Julia decides to license a few photos with creative commons and use copyright with all right reserved for the rest of her portfolio because it would be important for her goals.So she adds copyright information which includes the year the photo was first taken and her name wherever those photos appear.
     Across the country Kelly needs a travel photo for his magazine article.He searches and finds a nice online and notes a creative commons license and Julia's name.His use is commercial so he visits her site and finds more photos that fit his needs.The one he wants is marked all rights reserved,so to avoid copyright infringement and potential legal issues.He contacts Julia who gives him permission to use the photo and exchange for a license fee.This way Kelly can use the photo in his magazine and Julia can build her career.Both Kelly and Julia understand that ownership and proper use of materials can be difficult to navigate.Especially because the web is global and copyright laws can vary by country.So here are a few things they always consider.When they see a copyright symbol or notice they ask the creator about proper use.And they still ask even if they don't see a symbol.When they see creative commons license like these they know they can share the material for free as long as they follow the rules of the license.Found at creative commons dot work.Both copyright and creative commons are important parts of the system that come with responsibility to follow rules.Rules that support the future work of people and organizations who can make our world a better place.

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  This is copyright and creative commons explained by common craft .

  Julia's dream is to make a living as a photographer . In this dream , he takes amazing photoes . People buy them and their purchases fund her future work . But it is not that simply . Julia wants to publish some of her photoes to help to spread the world . But she is concerned . Because photoes is easy to copy . She can lose control and not be able to make a living from her talent . So she does some research and learn that in the US , as with the other countries , we have laws that give creators of materials like books , images , movies , art working music ,  a way to own and protect their creations . It's called copyright law .

  Only the copyright means having  the exclusive right to manage and sell the material . And she's surprised to find that when she creates the photoes , she owns the copyright to them automatically . Without taking any other action , she can always register them with US copyright office for good measure . She likes being covered by the copyright law . But limits exposure because her permission is required for showing a photo . She needs a way to make some of her photoes more sharable . Her research led to creative commons which is a sort of licences she can use it to make her copyright photoes free for sharing . By licencing specific photoes with craetive commons licence , she doesn't have to approve each person's request to sharing as long as few simply rules are followed .

  She choose a licence that requires the user to provide attribution , credit for her work and to be used noncommercially . Using creative commons means she return some rights , or her photoes and name have potential to be seen by mang more people . Because they can be shared for free . After considering options , Julia decides to licence a few photoes with creative commons and use copyright with all rights reserved for the rest of her portfolio . Because it would be important for her goals . So she ask copyright information , which includes the years of the photo was first taken and her name will ever on those photoes' appear .

  Across the country, Kelly needs a travel photo for his magazine article. He searches and finds a nice one online and notes a creative commons lisence and Julia's the name. His use is commercial, so he visits her site and finds more photos that fit his needs. The one he wants is marked "all rights reserved". So to avoid copyright infringement and potencial legal issues, he contacts Julia who gives in permission to use the photo and exchange for a licence fee. This way, Kelly can use the photo in his magazine and Julia can build her career .Both Kelly and Julia understand that ownership and proper use of materials can be difficult to navigate .

  It's special , becasue the web is global and copyright laws can vary by country . So here are few things they always consider . When they see a copyright symbol or notes , they ask creator about proper use . And they still ask ever they don't see a symbol . When they see creative commons licence like this , they know they can share the material for free as long as they follow the rules of licence . Find s craetive commons doesn't work .Both copyright and creative commons are important parts of system , they come with responsibility to follow the rules .Rules that support the future work of people and organizations who can make our world a better place .
This is copyright and create commons explained by common craft.
Julia dream is to make a living as for targerfur. In this dream he takes amazing photoes, people buy them and their purchase found her future work. but it's not that simple. Julia wants to publish some photoes to help express the world. But his concern because photoes are easy to copy. He can loose control and not be able to make a living for her talent. so he does research and learn that US as all these countries we have lost that give creators and materials like books,energies,movies are working music await on protect creations. It called copyright law. Only the copyright means having exclusive right to manage in selling material. and he surprises to find when he creates photoes, he own its copyright automatically without taking any other action. He can always reproduce them with US copyright office for good measure. He likes being covered by copyright law, but limit exposion because his permission is requiring for sharing a photo. He needs a way for photoes for sharable.
Her research leads to create commons,which is said lisence he can use her copyright photoes for sharing. By lisence, percific photo was a created commons lisence he does't has to prove each person's question sharing as long as few simple role are followed. He cheese the liscence required the user to provide artribution accord for her work into be use none commercially. Using create commons means he retains sum right on her photoes and names have potencial to seen by many more people because they can share for free.
After considering the options, Julia decide to lisence a few photoes of create commons and use copyright was all right reserved for the rest for perfore view. because would be impor for her goes. so he adds that copyright information when he includes the ears photo was first taking in her name were ever this photo appear.
Across the country, Kenny need travel photo for his magazine article.He searches and find a nice on a line and note the create commons lisence and Julia's name. His use is commercial, so he visits her site and finds more photoes that fit his needs. The one he wants is marked all right reserved. So to avoid copyright fragment are potencially illegal issues, he contacts Julia who guess in permission to use the photo in exchange for a liscence fee. This way, Kenny can use photo in his magazine and Julia can build her career. Both Kenny and Julia understand an ownership and proper use material can be difficult to navigate, especially because the web's globle and copyright can  very by country. so here few things can always consider. when this copyright symbol will note this. they ask the creator about proper use. They still ask if they don't see a symbol. When they see create  commons liscence like these, they know they can share material for free as long as they followed the rule of liscence, found create commons does work, Both copyright and create commons are important part of the system they come to resposibility to follow rules.
Rules support the future work of people and organizations who can make art world a better place.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!

[Homework]2012-02-19&02-25 版权与知识共享

This is copyright and creative commons explained by common craft.Julia'dream is to make a living as a photographer.In this dream,she takes amazing photos.People buy them,and their purchases fine her future.But it's not that simple.Julia wants to publish some of her photos to help spread the world.She's concerned because her photos are easy to copy.She could lose control and not be able to make a living from her talent.So she does some research and learns that in the US as well as other countries,we have laws that give creator of materials like books,images,movies,art work and music a way to own and protect their creations. It's called copyright law.Only the copyright means having the exclusive right to manage and sell the material,and she's surprised to find that when she creates photos,she owns the copyright to them automatically without taking any other actions,so she can always register them with US copyright office for good measure.She likes to be cover by copyright law,but limits exposure because her permission is required for sharing the photo.She needs a way to some of her photos more sharable.Her research leads her to creative commons which is a set of licenses that she can use to make her copyrighted photos free for sharing.By licensing specific photos with creative commons license,she doesn't have to approve each person's request for sharing as a few simple rules are followed.She chooses the license that requires the user to provide attribution,a credit for her work and to be used non-commercially.Using creative commons mean she retains some rights or her photos and name have the potential to be seen by many more people because they can be share for free.After considering the options,Julia decides to license a few photos with creative commons and use copyright with all rights deserved for the rest _______ _______ because it'll be important for her goals.So she adds copyright information which includes the year the photo was first taken and her name were ever those photos' peer.Across the country,Kelly needs the travel photo for his magazine article. His searches and finds a nice one online and notices the creative commons licenses in Julia's name.His use is commercial,so he visits her site and finds more photos that fit his needs.The one he wants is marked all rights deserved.So to avoid copyright infringement and potential legal issues,he contacts Julia who gives him permission to use the photo and exchange for a license fee.This way,Kelly can use her photo in his magazine and Julia can build her career.Both Kelly and Julia understand that ownership and proper use of material can be difficult to navigate especially because that web is global and copyright laws can vary by county.So here are a few things they always consider:we they see the copyright symbol or notice,they ask the creator about proper use,and they still ask even they don't see a symbol.When they see creative commons licenses like this,they know that they can share the material for free as long as they follow the rules of the license found at creative commons _______.Both copyright and creative commons are important parts of the system that _____ the responsibility to follow the rules.Rules support the future world of people and organizations who can make our world a better place.
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Julie’s dream is to make a living as a photographer. In this dream, he takes amazing photos, people buy them, and their purchase funds her future work. But it’s not that simple. Julie wants to publish some of her photos to help spread the world. But she’s concerned because photos are easy to copy. She can lose control and not be able to make a living from her talent.

So she does some research and learns in the US and some other countries we have laws to give creators and materials like books, images, movies, art workings and music a way to own and protect their creations. It’s called copyright law. Only the copyright means having the exclusive right to manage and sell the material. And she’s surprised to find when she creates photos; she owns the copyright of them automatically without taking any other action. So she can always register them with US copyright office for good measure.

She likes being covered by copyright law but limits exposure because her permission is required for sharing a photo. She needs a way to make some of her photos more shareable.

Her research led to creative commons, which is set of licenses that she can use to make her copyrighted photos free for sharing. By licensing specific photos with creative commons licenses, she doesn’t have to approve each person’s request for sharing as long as a few simple rules are followed. She chooses a license that requires the user to provide attribution or credit for her work, can to be used non-commercially.

Using creative commons means she retain some rights, or her photos and name have the potential to be seen by many more people because they can be shared for free.

After considering the options, she decided to license a few photos with creative commons by using copyright with all right deserved for the rest of her portfolio because it’s important for her goals. So she adds copyright information which includes the year it was first taken, her name wherever these photos appear.

Across the country, Kenny needs a travel photo for his magazine article. He searches and finds a nice one on the line and a note of creative common license and Julie’s name. His use is commercial. So he visits her site and finds more photos that fit his needs. The one he wants is marked all right deserved, to avoid copyright infringement and potential legal issues; he contacts Julie who gives him permission to use the photo and exchange for a license fee. This way, Kenny can use the photo in his magazine and Julie can build her career. Both Kenny and Julie understand the ownership and proper use of material can be difficult to navigate, especially because the website global and copyright laws can vary by country.

So here is a few things they always consider, when they see a copyright symbol or notice, they ask the creator about proper use. They still ask even they don’t see a symbol. When they see creative commons licenses like these, they know they can share the material for free as long as they follow the rules of the license, found a creative commons does work. Both copyright and creative commons are important parts of system that comes with responsibility to follow rules, rules that support the future of people and organizations who can make our world a better place.
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This is copyrignt in creative common explained by common craft.
Julia's dream is to make a living as a photographer. In this dream she takes amazing photos people buy them and then purchases fund her future work. But it is not that simple. Julia wants to publish some of her photos to help spread to the world. But she is concerned because photos are easy to copy. She could lose control and not be able to make a living from her talent.

So she does some research and learns in the us as with other countries, we have laws that give creators of materias like books, images, movies, arworks and music a way to own and protect their creations. It is called copyright law, Owning the copyright means having the exclusive rights manage and sell material. She surprised to find when she creat photos she own the copyright to them automatically without taking any other action.

So she can always register them with us copyright office for good measure. She likes being covered by copyright law, but limited explosure because her permission is required for sharing a photo. She needs a way to make some of her photos more sharable. Her research leads to creative commons which set a licence that she can use to make her copyright photos free for sharing. By licencing specific photos with a creative commons licences, she does not have to approve to each person's request her sharing as long as a few simple rules are followed.

She chooses the licences that requires user to provide attribution a credit for her work and to be uesed non commercially. Using creative commons means she retains some rights of her photos and name have potential to be seen by many more people because they can be shared for free. After considering the options, Julia decides to licence a few photos with creative commons and use copyright with allright reserves for the rest of portfolio because it would be importan for her goals.

So she asks copyright information which includes the year of photo with first taken and her name were ever those photos appear. Across the country , XX needs a travel photo for his magzine article. He searches and finds a nice one online and notes creative commons licence and Julia's name. His use is  for commercial  

So he visits his site and finds more photos did fit his needs. The one he wants is marked allright reserved. So to avoid copyright infrigement a potential legal issues, he contacts Julia who gives some permissions to use the photo and exchange for licence fee. This way, XX can use the photo on his magzine and Julia can build her career. Both Kelly and Julia understand the ownership and proper use metarials can be difficult to navigate.

It is special, because web is global and copyright law can vary by country. So here are few things they always consider. Wnen they see the copyright symbols or notices, they ask the creator about proper use. And they still ask even they dont see a symbol. When they see creative commons licences like this they know that they can share the material for free as long as they follow the rules of the licences. Founds are creative commons does not work. Both copyright and creavtive commons are important parts of system that come with the responsibility to follow rules. Rules support future work of people and organizations who can make our world a better place.
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This is Copyright and Creative Commons explained by Common Craft.

Julia's dream is to make a living as a photographer. In this dream, she takes amazing photos, people buy them, and their purchases fund her future work. But it's not that simple, Julia wants to publish some of her photos to help spread to the world. But she's concern because photos are easy to copy. She could lose control and not be able to make a living from her talent. So she does some research and learns that in the US as with the other countries, we have laws that give creators of materials like books, images, movies, art work and music a way to own and protect their creations. It's called copyright law. Owning a copyright means having an exclusive right to manage and sell the material. And she's surprised to find that when she creates photos, she owns the copyright to them automatically without taking any other action. So she can always register them within US copyright office for good measure. She likes being coverd by copyright law, but limits exposure because her permission is required for sharing a photo. She needs a way to make some of her photos more sharable. Her research leads her to creative commons, which set a licence that she can use her copyright to photos free for sharing. By licencing specific photos with a creative commons licence, she doesn't have to approve each persons for quest her sharing as long as a few simple rules are followed. She chooses the licence that reqires the use to provide the attribution of credit for her work and to be used non-commercially. Using creative commons means she retains some rights of photos and name have the potential to be seen by many more people because they can be shared for free.  After considering the options, Julia decicdes to licence a few photos with creative commons, and use copyright with all rights reserved for the rest of her portfolio because it would be important for her goals. So she adds copyright information which includes the year of the photo was first taken and her name wherever those photos appear.

Across the country, Kelly needs a travel photo for his magazine article. He searches and finds a nice one online and notes a creative commons lisence and Julia's name. His use is commercial, so he visits her site and finds more photos that fit his needs. The one he wants is marked "all rights reserved". So to avoid copyright infringement and potencial legal issues, he contacts Julia who gives in permission to use the photo and exchange for a liscence fee. This way, Kelly can use the photo in his magazine and Julia can build her career. Both Kelly and Julia understand that ownership and proper use of materials can be difficult to navigate, especially because the web's global and copyright laws can vary by country. So here are a few things they always consider. When they see a copyright symbol or notice, they ask the creator about proper use, and they still ask even if they don't see a symbol. When they see creative commons liscences like these, they know they can share material for free as long as they follow the rules of a liscence. Found a creative commons does not work. Both copyright and creative commons are important parts of the system that come with a resposibility to follow rules, rules that support the future work of people and organizations who could make our world a better place.
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This is copyright and Creative of commons explained by common craft.
Julie's dream is to make living as photographer .In this dreams  She take some amazing photo , people  by them and they  purchases find her future  work .It's no that simple ,Julie want's publish some of her phone to help spread the world.
But she is consider because photos are easy to copy, she could lost control not be make a living  from her talents. she dose some research and learns that in the US as with the other countries .we have laws  that give creators  of  material like books images moves and art working music a way to own and  protect  their creations. It called copyright  law .owning a copyright mains having the exclusive rights , manage and  sell the material. And she surprised to find when she creates her own the copyright to them automatically  without taking any other action. She always register they with us copyright office for good measure. She likes being cover by copyright law but limits exposure because her permission is required for sharing a photo. She  needs a way to make some of photo more sharable. Her research leads her to creative commons which set a   
license she can used to make her copyright photo free to sharing. By license specific photo with a creative  commons license she don’t have to approve each person's request for sharing as long as a few simple rule as  follow. She chooses license that requires the user to provide attribution a credit for her work and to be  used none commercially. Using creative commons mean she retains some rights on her photo and name have  potential to be seen by many more people because they cay be shared for free. After considering the options  Julie decides to license a few photo with creative commons and use copyright with all right for the rest  
of her portfolio because it would important for her goals. So she ask copyright information which includes the  years photo was first taken and her name wherever those photos appear.
Across the county Kelly needs  travel photo for his magazine article, he searches and finds a nice one online and notes a creative commons  license and Julie's name. His use is commercial so he visits Her site and finds more photo that fit his needs.The one he wants is marked all right reserved ,so avoid copyright infringement  and potential legal issues  ,he contact Julie who given him permission to use the photo and exchange for license fee. This way Kelly can  use the photo in his magazine and Julie can build her career. Both Kelly and Julie understand the ownership and  proper use materials can be difficult to navigate .Especially because the  web's global and copyright laws can  very by country.
So here few things they always consider .when see a copyright symbol or  notices ,they ask the creator about   proper use .and they still ask even the don’t see a symbol .They see the creator of commons license like this  ,they know they can share the material for free as long as they follow the rules of the license found the  creator commons dot work.
Both copyright and creative commons are important parts of the system that come with  responsibility to  follow rules. Rules support  feature work of people and organizations who can make our world a better place.

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This is Copyright and Creative Commons explained by Common Craft.
Julia's dream is to make a living as a photographer. In this dream, she takes amazing photos, people buy them, and their purchases fund her future work. But it's not that simple, Julia wants to publish some of her photos to help spread to the world. But she's concern because photos are easy to copy. She could lose control and not be able to make a living from her talent. So she does some research and learns that in the US as with the other countries, we have laws that give creators of materials like books, images, movies, art working and music a way to own and protect their creations. It's called copyright law. Owning a copyright means having an exclusive right to manage and sell the material. And she's surprised to find that when she creates photos, she owns the copyright to them automatically without taking any other action. So she can always register them within US copyright office for a good measure. She likes being coverd by copyright law, but limits exposure because her permission is required for sharing a photo. She needs a way to make some of her photos more sharable. Her research leads her to creative commons, which set a licence that she can use her copyright to photos free for sharing. By licencing specific photos with a creative commons licence, she doesn't have to approve each persons for quest her sharing as long as a few simple rules are followed. She chooses the licence that reqires the use to provide the attibution of credit for her work and to be used non-commercially. Using creative commons means she retain some rights of photos and name have the potential to be seen by many more people because they can be shared for free.  After considering the options, Julia decicdes to licence a few photos with creative commons, and use copyright with all rights reserved for the rest of her portfolio because it would be important for her goals. So she adds copyright information which includes the year of the photo was first taken and her name wherever those photos appear.   Across the country, Kelly needs a travel photo for his magazine article. He searches and finds a nice one online and notes a creative commons lisence and Julia's the name. His use is commercial, so he visits her site and finds more photos that fit his needs. The one he wants is marked all rights reserved. So to avoid copyright infringement and potencial legal issues, he contacts Julia who gives in permission to use the photo and exchange for a licence fee. This way, Kelly can use the photo in his magazine and Julia can build her career .Both Kelly and Julia understand that ownership and proper use of materials can be difficult to navigate,especially because the website global and copyright laws can vary by country.
So here are few things they always consider. Wnen they see the copyright symbols or notices, they ask the creator about proper use. And they still ask even they dont see a symbol. When they see creative commons licences like this they know that they can share the material for free as long as they follow the rules of the licences. Founds are creative commons does not work. Both copyright and creavtive commons are important parts of system that come with the responsibility to follow rules. Rules support future work of people and organizations who can make our world a better place.



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Both Kelly and Julia understand the ownership and proper use materials can be difficult to navigate. Expecially becaused of web global and copyright law can very by country.  so here few things they always consider. When they see a copyright simbol or notice, they ask the creator about proper use and they still ask even they don't seen the symbol. When they see creative
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[Homework]2012-02-19&02-25 版权与知识共享
This is copyright and creative commons explained by common craft.
Julie's dream is to make a living as a photographer. In this dream, she takes amazing photoes, people buy them and their purchases fund her future work. But it's not that simple, Julie wants to publish some of her photoes to help spread the world. But she's concerned because photoes are easy to copy. She could lose control and not able to make a living from her talent. So she does some reseach and learns that in US as with the other countries, we have lots of that gave creaters or materials like books, images, movies, art work music we own and protect them creations.  It's called copyright law, only the copyright means exclusive right to manage and sell the material. And she's surprised to find that when she creates photoes, she owns the copyright to them automatically without taking any other action. That she always register them with US copyright office for good measure. She likes being covered by copyright law. But limits exposure because her permission is required for sharing a photo. She needs a way to make some of her photoes more sharable. Her research leads to creative common which are said of licenses she can use to make her copyrighted photoes free for sharing. By licensing specific photoes with the creative commons license , she doesn't have to approve each person's request to sharing as long as a few simple rules are followed. She chooses the license that requires the user to provide atribution for her work and to be used non commercially. Using creative commons means she retains some rights while her photoes and names have the potential to be seen by many more people because they can be shared for free. After considering the options, Julie decides to license a few photoes with creative commons and use copyright with all rights reserved for the rest of her portolio because it will be important for her goals. So she add copyright information which includes the year's photoes was first taken and her name whereever those photoes appear.
Across the county, Kevin needs travel photoes for his magazine article, he searches and finds a nice one online and notice a creative license and Julie's name. His use is commmercial. So he visits her site and finds more photoes that fit his needs. The one he wants is marked all right reserved. So to avoid copyright fragment and potential legal issues, he contacts Julia who gave him permission to use the photo and exchange for a license fee. This way, Kevin can use the photo in his magazine and Julia can build her career. Both Kelly and Julia understand the ownership and proper use of materials can be difficult to navigate especially because the web's global and copyright laws can vary by country, so here are a few things they always consider. When they see a copyright synbol or a notice, they ask the creater about the proper use. And they still ask even if they don't see a synbol. When they see creative common license like Vs, they know they can share the material for free as long as they follow the rules of the license found a creative commons dot work. Both copyright and creative commons are importtant part of system that come with responsibility to follow rules. Rules are support the future work of people and organization who can make our world a better place.

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This is copyright and creative commons explained by common craft. Julia's dream is to make a living as a photographer. In this dream, she takes amazing photos and people buy them and their purchases fine his future work. But it is not that simple.  Julia wants to publish some of his photos around the world. But she is concerned because photos are easily to copy. She can lose control and not be able to making a living from her talent.  So she does some research and learns that in US as with other countries,  we have laws that  give creators materials that like books, images, movies and the art of music a way to own and protect their creation. It is called copyright law. Only in the copyright, means have the exclusive right to manage and sell the material. And she surprises to find that when she create photos, she own the copyright to them automatically. Without taking any other action, that she can always register them in the US copyright office for good measure. She likes being covered by the copyright law, but limit is exposure because her permit is required for sharing her photos. She needs a way to make some of her photos more shareable. Her research leads her to the Creative Commons, which is set of licenses she can use to make her copyright photos free to sharing. By licensing specific photos with a Creative Commons license, she doesn't have to approve each person's request for sharing as long as a few simple rules are followed. She chooses a license to require the user to provide attribution accredited for her work and be used no-commercially. Using Creative Commons means she retains some rights of her photos and her name can be seen by many more people because they can be shared for free. Extra considering the options, Julia decides to license a few photos with Creative Commons than using copyright with all right reserved for the rest of her portfolio because it is all important for her goals. So she as the copyright information which includes the years of the photos first be taken and her name whenever those photos appear. Across the country, Caly needs a photo for his magazine article. He searches and finds a nice one on line and notice the Creative Commons' license is Julia's name. His use is commercial, so he visits her site and finds more photos that fit his needs. The one he wants is marked all right reserved and to avoid copyright potential legal issues, he contacts Julia. With the permission to use the photo in exchange for a license fee. This way,  Caly can use the photo in his magazine and Julia can build her career. Both Caly and Julia understand the ownership and properly use the materials can be difficult to navigate. It is because the web is global and the copyright laws can be buried by the country. So here are a few things that always consider. When they see a copyright sample or notice, they ask the creator about proper use. And they still ask even they don't see a sample. When they see Creative Commons licenses like these, they know that they can share the material for free as long as they follow the rules of the license sound as the Creative Commons that allowed. Copyright and Creative Commons are important part of the system that come with the responsibility to follow rules, rules is a portion of future work of people and organization that can make our world a better place.
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