304 subscribers a community for 3 years, 8 monthslast post 74 day(s) ago [+]
Part of the Free Culture Reddit Community!
The free culture movement is a social movement opposing the privatization of technology, information, and creativity. We promote free software, free formats, and other free cultural works as a matter of social justice and anti-oppression.
/r/FreeCulture - Organizing, activism, news, and discussion
/r/FreeSoftware - Software-specific topics
/r/LibreProjects - Share and promote free cultural works
/r/LibreDesign - Graphic design
/r/LibreStudio - Audio/Video production
/r/Antifeatures - Digital Restrictions Management (DRM)
/r/Cyberfeminism - Anti racism/sexism/etc & technology
/r/CyberLaws - Technology and Law
/r/DarknetPlan - Decentralized internet
/r/FreeGaming - Free/Libre Video Games and Development
Warning! Creative Commons does not equal free culture.
"NonCommercial" ironically is proprietary, because it maintains the biggest part of a copyright monopoly, commercial rights.
"NoDerivs" is proprietary because it disallows modifications, a central part of free culture.
Use a free culture license!
For software, check out the FSF's license recommendations guide, and for other cultural works use one of the following licenses.
Free Art License (FAL)
Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike (CC-BY-SA)