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Author: Adi Robertson

Date: September 6, 2022

Original Source: The Verge

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Andreessen Horowitz wants to fix NFT copyright with its ‘Can’t Be Evil’ license

Venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz (a16z) is trying to clean up the messy state of crypto copyright. Last week, the company introduced what it dubs “Can’t Be Evil” licenses: a series of agreements that let creators grant non-fungible token owners partial or near-complete rights to NFT art. It’s fighting a problem many experts have called out — one that’s persistently undercut claims that NFTs let you “own” a work.

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