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 + ​====== Where are my creations? ======
  
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 + ===== ColorIURIS for websites =====
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 +Because websites; and specially the blogs or weblogs are protected by the rules of copyright and they are -on the web 2.0-  paradigm of culture spreading. Thus our first colours were for them.
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 +First for Spanish authors and some countries of Latin America; later to authors throughout Latin America and the Iberian Peninsula; today for Ireland and the United States;… tomorrow to authors from all over the world. ​
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 +The **agreement of license**(contract) is presented to the final user along with the content, so that the weblog is displayed immediately.
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 + ===== ColorIURIS for online contents =====
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 +However, web sites are not homogeneous,​ nor on the type of content (text, music, photography…) nor in terms of **disclosure-protection** team seeking its creators. ​
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 +This need was born ColorIURIS for online content, which lets you define a policy on copyright for each creation. ​
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 +The **agreement of license** (contract) is presented to the final user along with the content, which is displayed - as in the previous case - in a direct way.
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 + ===== ColorIURIS for contents hosted on the servers of the authors, or third =====
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 +Choosing this option, the **agreement of license**(contract) **ColorIURIS** is presented to the final user by offering the acceptance of the conditions determined by the author prior to download / spreading content. ​
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 +Because the free flow of culture and information,​ and the willingness of the author to share their creations do not collide with respect to their moral rights, or how they want to assign their rights. ​
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 +In all three cases both the **agreement of license** (contract) customized as the successive acceptances are **registered and deposited** in the [[trusted third party]] chosen by the holder of the rights.
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 + ===== ColorIURIS for contents hosted on the server of ColorIURIS =====
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 +As in the previous case with this option **agreement of license** (contract) **ColorIURIS** is presented to the final user by offering the acceptance of the conditions determined by the author **prior** to download / viewing content (it being recorded and deposited in a trusted third party). ​
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 +As added value to the work of the trusted third party (recognised by **Article 25 LSSICE**), the contents are deposited notarized, and if it is the wish of the creator of content, go to swell the [[repository of free works]] chosen, created under of the **Third Additional Provision of the IPA Spanish**.
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 + ===== ColorIURIS for tangible contents =====
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 +This is how we call the non-digital content, as a book published in paper form, a music CD… With this mode the system **ColorIURIS** facilitate to the creators of the contents the possibility of having a contract online (registered and deposited in the Third Confidence chosen by the holder of the  rights), with a unique url which is available to final users to accept agreements of license(contracts) with a more beneficial to users than those resulting from the automatic application of the rules copyright.