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Creative Commons

Creative Commons started in 2001 as a project to take some of the ideas of the open-source movement, especially the GNU Project, and apply them to content. Where many commercial audio and video productions bear the words, “All Rights Reserved,” Creative Commons is based on the concept of Some Rights Reserved. Now, Creative Commons has licenses specifically designed for books, movies, video, and other content forms, but you’ll be most interested in the licenses designed for audio recordings. There are four different categories of license, each granting a different set of uses. They are

  • Attribution

  • Non-commercial

  • No Derivative Works

  • Share Alike


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