Rami Olwan

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Creative Commons in the Arab Region Discussed at TAG-Forum

The Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Business Forum hosted today at its headquarters at Talal Abu-Ghazaleh College of Business (TAG-College) Joichi Ito, the CEO of the US-based Creative Commons (CC) organization, who delivered a lecture entitled “Creative Commons in the Arab Region, Necessity and Privileges”.

DotAsia and Creative Commons Join Forces to Foster Creativity and Sharing in Asia

The creativity of Asia’s people will be supported and shared thanks to a new long-term strategic collaboration between the DotAsia Organisation and Creative Commons (CC).

Creative Commons Conference In Amman

Creative Commons (CC) is holding a conference in Amman on October 29th at the Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Business Forum.

CC Jordan: First Arabic Version 3.0 License Draft in Public Discussion

Jordanian legal experts are making major strides in the Creative Commons license porting process by producing the first Version 3.0 CC license draft in Arabic. Adapted to Jordanian law, the license draft is being discussed on CC Jordan

Asia and the Commons: Arab Commons

The Asia and the Commons case study project represents an effort to uncover exemplary individuals and organisations engaged in the commons in the Asia-Pacific region.

Artists Advocate for Establishment of

By Taylor Luck, The Jordan Times
AMMAN – With pirated DVDs, computer software, books and music readily available at roadside vendors across the Kingdom, at first glance it may not seem that the country needs less restrictive copyright licences.
But UK artists Eileen Simpson and Ben White of the Open Music Archive have been touring the country, […]

Creative Commons Expands To The Middle East With AGIP

Abu-Ghazaleh Intellectual Property (AGIP) is the first to bring the International Commons (iCommons) project to the Middle East.

Creative Commons Australia Conference

I participated in an interesting conference in Brisbane, Australia. The conference was held on 24 June 2008 at the State Library of Queensland.

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