Open Access to Information. Free Licenses

  • Ionela Maria Bârsan „Transilvania” University of Brasov
Keywords: free licenses, Creative Commons, copyright, internet

Abstract

In order to clarify perspectives that go beyond the limitations of copyright law, Law no. 8/1996 on copyright and neighbouring rights, we will address below several concepts regarding free licenses, the context in which creative licenses emerged, how to use these licenses.

Keywords: free licenses; Creative Commons; copyright; internet

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Published
2017-09-26
How to Cite
Bârsan, I. M. (2017). Open Access to Information. Free Licenses. Revista Română De Biblioteconomie și Știința Informării = Romanian Journal of Library and Information Science, 13(2), 53-58. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.26660/rrbsi.2017.13.2.53
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Review articles