Creative Commons Slovenia


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Creative Commons Slovenia
Ljudmila Art and Science Laboratory, Slovenska 54, SI-1000 Ljubljana
Phone386 (0) 1 426 9530
Fax386 (0) 1 426 9531
Managed byLjudmila Art and Science Laboratory
 Intellectual Property Institute
Luka Frelih, Public Lead
Jernej Pusser, Legal Lead

Past Events
  • 30 June 2018
    A semi-modular instrument building workshop Soda by Staš Vrenko and a lecture by Luka Frelih (Ljudmila Art and Science Laboratory, Creative Commons Slovenia) in the frame of the European Art-Science-Technology Network Week at Martin Harris Centre in Mancheser, United Kingdom
  • 28 April to 30 April 2017
    Luka Frelih (Ljudmila Art and Science Laboratory, Creative Commons Slovenia) and Dare Pejič (Creative Commons Slovenia) at the Creative Commons Global Summit in Toronto, Canada
  • 30 September to 2 October 2016
    Luka Frelih (Ljudmila Art and Science Laboratory, Creative Commons Slovenia), Dare Pejič (Creative Commons Slovenia) and Saša Kranjc (Creative Commons Slovenia, IPI Institute) at the Creative Commons Europe Meeting at Escola das Gaivotas, Rua das Gaivotas 6 in Lisbon, Portugal
  • 16 September to 18 September 2011
    Creative Commons Global Meeting 2011 with the participation of Creative Commons Slovenia in Warsaw, Poland

Creative Commons (CC) Slovenia is run by the Intellectual Property Institute as the legal lead and Ljudmila as the public lead. The CC licences enable authors all over the world to share and build upon the work of others, consistent with the rules of copyright. As opposed to "all rights reserved", these free licences allow authors to opt for the principle of "some rights reserved". Authors can choose a set of conditions including attribution, share-alike, non/commercial, and no/derivative works. The Slovenia licence 2.5 has been available since 29 October 2005.

Apart from porting the licences and facilitating users, CC Slovenia deals with broader issues regarding copyright legislation and its anomalies. CC Slovenia organises the Festival of Creativity and Free Culture and contributes to the public discussion on amending the copyright law in Slovenia.

Both the Intellectual Property Institute and Ljudmila have been active in the international context through the Creative Commons International and Communia networks and collaborate closely with VideoLectures.Net run by Jožef Stefan Institute.

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