Tuesday, January 01, 2008


I saw this on Boing Boing and thought I should post it here;

Last week, ASCAP (a rights society that collects and disburses money to composers for live performance and radio play) published a document intending to scare artists away from using Creative Commons. The document was riddled with factual errors, and Larry Lessig (founder and head of Creative Commons) has posted a point-by-point correction on his blog:

10 Things Every Music Creator Should Know About Creative Commons Licensing - ASCAP

Commons Misunderstandings: ASCAP on Creative Commons - Lessig.org

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