_elliott (kultureboi) wrote in freeculture,
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OCL :: creative commons in australia

hey. thought some ppl from here might be interested in this:

Queensland University of Technology's Faculty of Law in association with Creative Industries Faculty proudly presents a conference on




Open Content Licensing (OCL):
Cultivating the Creative Commons






Early in 2004, the Creative Commons (CC) project was launched in Australia. Creative Commons aims to make copyright content more "active" by ensuring that content can be reutilised with a minimum of transactional effort.

With Special Guest Speaker
Professor Lawrence Lessig (Stanford University)


Stanford University Law Professor Lawrence Lessig is very much a superstar of the American legal academy, he has gained notoriety over the last five years as a person willing to challenge the boundaries of thinking on copyright and the Internet.

His two keynote presentations will appeal to academics from across many disciplines including Law, Creative Industries, Arts, Business, Information Technology, Social Behaviour and Ethics.

We believe that this is a tremendous opportunity for students and academics from all over the country to gather together and listen to one of the very great speakers of our times.



Conference Chair: Professor Brian Fitzgerald, Head QUT Law School

Speakers include:

Professor Lawrence Lessig, Stanford University

The Hon Justice Ronald Sackville, Federal Court of Australia (TBC)

Richard Neville, Futurist, Author and Social Commentator (TBC)

Christiane Asschenfeldt, Creative Commons, Germany

Tom Cochrane, QUT DVC (Technology, Information & Learning Support)

Professor Stuart Cunningham, Director of CIRAC, Creative Industries, QUT

Professor Brian Fitzgerald, Head, QUT School of Law

Dr Terry Cutler, Company Director of Cutler and Company Pty Ltd

Ian Oi, Special Counsel, Blake Dawson Waldron Lawyers




When: Tuesday 18 and Wednesday 19 January 2005

Cost: $380 (inc. GST)
(incl. conference dinner and optional "Law and Computer Games" session)

$80 for undergraduate students - 30 places only (excl. dinner)
$120 for postgraduate students - 30 places only (excl. dinner)


Venue: QUT Gardens Point (City) campus, Brisbane, D Block, Room 101


For more information on the conference and to obtain a registration form
please visit the conference webpage


Registration to Sian Haigh on +61 (07) 3864 2712 or email s.haigh@qut.edu.au



QUT CRICOS Code: 00213J



this is an exciting concept, and i encourage anyone interested to check it out.
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Can we get recordings and such?

It might be fun to have them around to play with.
by rerecordings, i presume you mean of the keynote addresses and the panels. is that correct?
Precisely. I'm a video editor. More material to work with is never a bad thing.
i am not certain but i know most of it is being recorded, so maybe it will be released under licence. you know there are sites like archive.org that have heaps of material
I know, it's just that I'm looking forward to playing with this material in particular.