Bulgarian Attorney General Releases Web Site Under Creative Commons

Bulgarian Attorney General Boris Velchev released the official web site of the Office of the Chief Prosecutor under Creative Commons license.

They use CC-Attribution (Bulgarian version), which means in English that anyone is free:

    # to Share — to copy, distribute and transmit the work
    # to Remix — to adapt the work

    Under the following conditions:
    You must attribute the work in the manner specified by the author or licensor (but not in any way that suggests that they endorse you or your use of the work.

Last week, the President’s web site also changed its restrictive (C) All Rights Reserved to (CC) Some Rights Reserved.
This is a very good news for the world Creative Commons community. Bulgaria has taken a step in the right direction to complete its image of a country, where the politicians are aware of the most advanced technologies and use them for the good of the society.

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2 Responses to Bulgarian Attorney General Releases Web Site Under Creative Commons

  1. ??зморен says:

    Айде стига евтин PR…

  2. Не стана ясно кой точно си прави PR, но за сметка на това е ясно кой обикновено пи??е анонимно – този, който се срамува от написаното. ??ли страхува.

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