Ten years ago the Institute for Information Law (IViR), Kennisland and Waag Society joined forces to introduce Creative Commons in the Netherlands.
By 2013 Creative Commons licences have become the number one global licensing system for setting creative works free from strict copyright restrictions. Some rights reserved instead of all rights reserved. During TodaysArt, Creative Commons Netherlands will celebrate
its tenth anniversary with a seminar about the future of open. And from Friday until Sunday one floor of the former ministry will be transformed into an open workspace. Sign up or find more info about the Ministry of Open at www.creativecommons.nl/ministerievanopen.