Oct 4, 2019

Choose a Creative Commons License

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If you want to share your content, photographs, or videos with the world, consider alternatives to the traditional copyright. One option is releasing your work into the public domain, which simply means anybody can do whatever they want with it. If you're looking for something less drastic, however, there are several licenses offered by a non-profit organization called Creative Commons that you can use for free. This article will help you choose the one that best suits your needs.
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Liquid error: wrong number of arguments (given 1, expected 2)If you want to share your content, photographs, or videos with the world, consider alternatives to the traditional copyright. One option is releasing your work into the public domain, which simply means anybody can do whatever they want with it. If you're looking for something less drastic, however, there are several licenses offered by a non-profit organization called Creative Commons that you can use for free. This article will help you choose the one that best suits your needs.
 
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== Steps ==
 
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