On 25 September 2013 19:33, Andrew Lih <andrew....@gmail.com> wrote:

> It has something to do with countering falsehoods and educating folks about
> the full range of content rights.
> Their 2nd grade materials state:
> "Property comes in many forms: when we buy a book, we own that book. It’s
> our property, but we don’t own the right to reproduce that book and then
> sell it or give it away. That’s stealing."
> Um, no. A Creative Commons SA book,

The course covers creative commons.

> a public domain work or expired
> copyright work can indeed be reproduced. And it's not stealing.

Varies. what can catch you out there is that it may be possible to
copyright typography (in the UK that copyright lasts for 20 years).

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