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Bradley Kuhn (bkuhn) - 8 years ago 2013-04-20 17:58:08
bkuhn@ebb.org
Formatting fix for CC0-1.0
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CC-0
 
as downloaded from http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/legalcode on 2013-04-20
 
Creative Commons CC-0 1.0 Universal
 
(as downloaded from http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/us/legalcode)
 

	
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@@ -5,25 +5,25 @@ Statement of Purpose
 

	
 
The laws of most jurisdictions throughout the world automatically confer
 
exclusive Copyright and Related Rights (defined below) upon the creator and
 
subsequent owner(s) (each and all, an "owner") of an original work of
 
authorship and/or a database (each, a "Work").
 

	
 
Certain owners wish to permanently relinquish those rights to a Work for the
 
purpose of contributing to a commons of creative, cultural and scientific
 
works ("Commons") that the public can reliably and without fear of later
 
claims of infringement build upon, modify, incorporate in other works, reuse
 
and redistribute as freely as possible in any form whatsoever and for any
 
purposes, including without limitation commercial purposes. These owners may
 
contribute to the Commons to promote the ideal of a free culture and the
 
further production of creative, cultural and scientific works, or to gain
 
reputation or greater distribution for their Work in part through the use and
 
efforts of others.
 

	
 
For these and/or other purposes and motivations, and without any expectation
 
of additional consideration or compensation, the person associating CC0 with
 
a Work (the "Affirmer"), to the extent that he or she is an owner of
 
Copyright and Related Rights in the Work, voluntarily elects to apply CC0 to
 
the Work and publicly distribute the Work under its terms, with knowledge of
 
his or her Copyright and Related Rights in the Work and the meaning and
 
intended legal effect of CC0 on those rights.
 
   The laws of most jurisdictions throughout the world automatically confer
 
   exclusive Copyright and Related Rights (defined below) upon the creator
 
   and subsequent owner(s) (each and all, an "owner") of an original work of
 
   authorship and/or a database (each, a "Work").
 

	
 
   Certain owners wish to permanently relinquish those rights to a Work for
 
   the purpose of contributing to a commons of creative, cultural and
 
   scientific works ("Commons") that the public can reliably and without fear
 
   of later claims of infringement build upon, modify, incorporate in other
 
   works, reuse and redistribute as freely as possible in any form whatsoever
 
   and for any purposes, including without limitation commercial purposes.
 
   These owners may contribute to the Commons to promote the ideal of a free
 
   culture and the further production of creative, cultural and scientific
 
   works, or to gain reputation or greater distribution for their Work in
 
   part through the use and efforts of others.
 

	
 
   For these and/or other purposes and motivations, and without any
 
   expectation of additional consideration or compensation, the person
 
   associating CC0 with a Work (the "Affirmer"), to the extent that he or she
 
   is an owner of Copyright and Related Rights in the Work, voluntarily
 
   elects to apply CC0 to the Work and publicly distribute the Work under its
 
   terms, with knowledge of his or her Copyright and Related Rights in the
 
   Work and the meaning and intended legal effect of CC0 on those rights.
 

	
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@@ -34,25 +34,23 @@ intended legal effect of CC0 on those rights.
 

	
 
   1. the right to reproduce, adapt, distribute, perform, display,
 
      communicate, and translate a Work;
 
     i. the right to reproduce, adapt, distribute, perform, display,
 
        communicate, and translate a Work;
 

	
 
   2. moral rights retained by the original author(s) and/or performer(s);
 
    ii. moral rights retained by the original author(s) and/or performer(s);
 

	
 
   3. publicity and privacy rights pertaining to a person's image or likeness
 
      depicted in a Work;
 
   iii. publicity and privacy rights pertaining to a person's image or
 
        likeness depicted in a Work;
 

	
 
   4. rights protecting against unfair competition in regards to a Work,
 
      subject to the limitations in paragraph 4(a), below;
 
    iv. rights protecting against unfair competition in regards to a Work,
 
        subject to the limitations in paragraph 4(a), below;
 

	
 
   5. rights protecting the extraction, dissemination, use and reuse of data
 
      in a Work;
 

	
 
   6. database rights (such as those arising under Directive 96/9/EC of the
 
      European Parliament and of the Council of 11 March 1996 on the legal
 
      protection of databases, and under any national implementation thereof,
 
      including any amended or successor version of such directive); and
 

	
 
   7. other similar, equivalent or corresponding rights throughout the world
 
      based on applicable law or treaty, and any national implementations
 
      thereof.
 
     v. rights protecting the extraction, dissemination, use and reuse of
 
        data in a Work;
 

	
 
    vi. database rights (such as those arising under Directive 96/9/EC of the
 
        European Parliament and of the Council of 11 March 1996 on the legal
 
        protection of databases, and under any national implementation
 
        thereof, including any amended or successor version of such
 
        directive); and vii. other similar, equivalent or corresponding
 
        rights throughout the world based on applicable law or treaty, and
 
        any national implementations thereof.
 

	
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@@ -99,22 +97,22 @@ intended legal effect of CC0 on those rights.
 

	
 
   1. No trademark or patent rights held by Affirmer are waived, abandoned,
 
      surrendered, licensed or otherwise affected by this document.
 

	
 
   2. Affirmer offers the Work as-is and makes no representations or
 
      warranties of any kind concerning the Work, express, implied, statutory
 
      or otherwise, including without limitation warranties of title,
 
      merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, non infringement, or
 
      the absence of latent or other defects, accuracy, or the present or
 
      absence of errors, whether or not discoverable, all to the greatest
 
      extent permissible under applicable law.
 

	
 
   3. Affirmer disclaims responsibility for clearing rights of other persons
 
      that may apply to the Work or any use thereof, including without
 
      limitation any person's Copyright and Related Rights in the
 
      Work. Further, Affirmer disclaims responsibility for obtaining any
 
      necessary consents, permissions or other rights required for any use of
 
      the Work.
 

	
 
   4. Affirmer understands and acknowledges that Creative Commons is not a
 
      party to this document and has no duty or obligation with respect to
 
      this CC0 or use of the Work.
 
    a. No trademark or patent rights held by Affirmer are waived, abandoned,
 
       surrendered, licensed or otherwise affected by this document.
 

	
 
    b. Affirmer offers the Work as-is and makes no representations or
 
       warranties of any kind concerning the Work, express, implied,
 
       statutory or otherwise, including without limitation warranties of
 
       title, merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, non
 
       infringement, or the absence of latent or other defects, accuracy, or
 
       the present or absence of errors, whether or not discoverable, all to
 
       the greatest extent permissible under applicable law.
 

	
 
    c. Affirmer disclaims responsibility for clearing rights of other persons
 
       that may apply to the Work or any use thereof, including without
 
       limitation any person's Copyright and Related Rights in the Work.
 
       Further, Affirmer disclaims responsibility for obtaining any necessary
 
       consents, permissions or other rights required for any use of the
 
       Work.
 

	
 
    d. Affirmer understands and acknowledges that Creative Commons is not a
 
       party to this document and has no duty or obligation with respect to
 
       this CC0 or use of the Work.
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