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New Creative Commons Search Engine

Lawrence Lessig reports that Yahoo launched a Creative Commons search engine last night that allows you to search all the content on the Web that only has "some rights reserved", meaning you can republish it or use it - sometimes even for commercial purposes - free of charge. Neat. Go play with it.

March 24, 2005 in Media & the Net | Permalink

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Larry will be in Edinburgh on 2nd April (next Saturday) appearing at the Science Festival. He'll be talking about Cyberlaw, followed by a panel discussion with (among other people) me. See http://www.boingboing.net/2005/03/24/lessig_in_edinburg_o.html

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