Creative Commons è un’organizzazione internazionale senza scopo di lucro che fornisce licenze gratuite, strumenti che i titolari dei diritti d’autore e dei diritti connessi possono utilizzare per consentire ad altri di condividere, riutilizzare e remixare legalmente le proprie opere. Il rilascio di materiale con una delle sei licenze CC chiarisce agli utenti cosa possono o non possono fare.
Il Capitolo italiano di Creative Commons
Questo è il sito del Capitolo italiano di Creative Commons, il gruppo di lavoro che rappresenta su base volontaria il Global Network di Creative Commons in Italia. Il Capitolo si avvale del contributo di persone che partecipano alle attività come membri individuali e dell’Istituto di Informatica Giuridica e Sistemi Giudiziari (IGSG) che vi partecipa in qualità di membro istituzionale.
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Il Capitolo italiano del Global Network di Creative Commons è attualmente composto da: Deborah De Angelis (Rappresentante del Global Network Council e Chapter Lead), Claudio Artusio (Nexa Center), Paola Corti (Politecnico di Milano), Sebastiano Faro (IGSG), Ginevra Peruginelli (IGSG), Fabrizio Turchi (IGSG), Maria Sole Rinaldi (IGSG), Sara Conti (IGSG), Manola Cherubini (IGSG) e collaboratori stabili sono Simone Aliprandi, Laura Sinigaglia, Mirco Modolo e Andrea Brugnoli.
SHORT INTRODUCTION TO THE CC ITALIAN CHAPTER
The CC Italian Chapter was constituted on December 6th, 2018 and consists of individual members and an institutional member, the Institute of Legal Informatics and Judicial Systems (IGSG) of the CNR (National Research Council).
The Italian Chapter is currently composed of: Deborah De Angelis (Representative of the Global Network Council and Chapter Lead), Claudio Artusio (Nexa Center), Paola Corti (Politecnico di Milano), Sebastiano Faro (IGSG), Ginevra Peruginelli (IGSG), Fabrizio Turchi (IGSG), Maria Sole Rinaldi (IGSG), Sara Conti (IGSG), Manola Cherubini (IGSG) and permanent collaborators are Simone Aliprandi, Laura Sinigaglia, Mirco Modolo and Andrea Brugnoli.
The CC Italian Chapter is working in many fields of the Open movement. It is involved in advocating for CC licenses and in the process for a correct implementation of the DSM Directive.
The Chapter has recently constituted an Open GLAM group and an Open Education group.
The Open GLAM group is working on a Common appeal for the free re-use of Cultural Heritage images by Cultural Heritage Institutions in the European Union. The Chapter shares the project with all European CC Chapters and other GLAMs associations. At the same time, the Chapter is establishing collaborations with Italian Cultural Institutions in this direction.
The Open Education group is working on a proposal to the Italian Ministry for the implementation of OE policies.
The Chapter also works supporting the comprehension, interpretation and correct use of the CC licenses and establishing contacts and collaborations with private and public organizations that are interested in using licenses. In this regard, for example, the Chapter has signed a general convention with Materahub, a consortium that manages international pilot projects to support cultural and creative industries, encouraging innovation and inclusion processes and a new entrepreneurial vision to face contemporary challenges. Materahub and the Italian Chapter have formalized their respective will to cooperate for the dissemination of the CC licenses in the Consortium’s activities.
In the field of the Copyright reform, furthermore, the Chapter has participated in the hearing at the 14° Commission of the Senate regarding the revision of the Delegation Law for the implementation of the DSM Directive and coordinated a network of CHIs that have been heard as well, advocating the best and more comprehensive implementation of the exceptions. The Senate has just released the amendments proposed to the art. 9 of the above mentioned Delegation Law related to the implementation of the DSM Directive.
As the CC Italian Chapter we strongly believe in the sharing of knowledge and culture in order to create a fairer world through a democratic and safe digital space. Our goal is to achieve a more openness scenario and the widespread adoption of the CC licenses in the Italian territory.
We are deeply involved in so many projects and we really hope to achieve even just a part of our goals and enlarge and strengthen the Italian CC community.