[Foundation-l] Decision on Creative Commons 3.0

Jack jackdt at gmail.com
Sun Jun 3 09:17:45 UTC 2007

> Yes but English and Welsh law allows you to waive your moral rights. [...]
> --
> geni

[citation needed]

Citations also needed for waiving of moral rights being illegal;
almost no moral rights applying in the USA and that they can be waived
in Canada <http://preview.tinyurl.com/3bbnf3>;  and moral rights only
protecting against libel (stronger than prejudicial to honor or
reputation) which would make them redundant.

Stallman's comment at <http://preview.tinyurl.com/3ynv35> is not
specifically about version 3, but he writes that because the rights in
that case is limited based on the country you're in, he doesn't
support it. Using the FSF's definition, only CC3.us and CC3.ca is

The commons community must decide if allowing non-free CC3s is acceptable.
user:Jeandré du Toit

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