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The future of creative commons
Creative Commons [corporate]

Alternate titleThe future of creative commons- Realizing the value of sharing in a digital world
PublishedJune 2013
Type of workAnnual report and strategy document
PeriodicalPages 1-20
PublisherCreative Commons
RegionNorth America

ABSTRACT
Creative Commons’ (creativecommons.org) latest mission statement, vision, and priorities for action. This document lays out priorities for each area in which they work, including online licences and the development of future tools.

Keywords annual report · copyright · Creative Commons · legal standards · mission statement · online licenses

Languageen
Rightsby/3.0
URLhttp://wiki.creativecommons.org/images/c/ce/Future-of-creative-commons.pdf
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