r/technology Feb 03 '23

Netflix says strict new password sharing rules were posted in error Business

https://appleinsider.com/articles/23/02/03/netflix-says-strict-new-password-sharing-rules-were-posted-in-error
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u/notsureifxml Feb 03 '23

they learned from Hasbro with the D&D open gaming license debacle I see

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u/OptimusSublime Feb 03 '23

What? Did they reverse course?

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u/notsureifxml Feb 03 '23

yeah OGL 1.0a is here to stay and the entire 5.1 SRD is now creative commons

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u/Komnos Feb 03 '23

When you crit fail your attempt to lock down your content.

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u/HaElfParagon Feb 03 '23

it's here to stay for now

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u/sparky8251 Feb 03 '23

Well, since its under the CC they cant take it back anymore. The CC is an old well established license that isnt revokable.

Ofc, nothing stopping them from publishing new material under a new non-CC license, but they did genuinely lose this battle at least.