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Year-end Creative Commons news

Dear all,

With Ann's indulgence, I'd like to post a few highlights for the 
year from Creative Commons' perspective and also to ask for your 
support.  (Please also circulate the link among colleagues).


Here are the headlines, with more information available at the 
link above:

*Wikipedia Officially Converts to CC BY-SA

*Google and Yahoo integrate CC licensing  (Google Books to account
for CC licensed materials)

*Ridley Scott to Use CC BY-SA for Blade Runner Web Series

*Open Data and More -- Getting Copyright Out of the Way With CC

*CC and Government Information

*Marking and Finding Open Educational Resources

We can really use your help, and thanks in advance to those who 
respond! https://support.creativecommons.org/pcp/20


Michael W. Carroll
Professor of Law and Director,
Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property
American University, Washington College of Law
Washington, D.C. 20016

Research papers: http://works.bepress.com/michael_carroll/
blog: http://www.carrollogos.org/
See also www.creativecommons.org