Editors Note: This is not legal advice. This is my current opinion. It is subject to change. As is the grammar and editing. Creative Commons in Brief The Creative Commons (CC) is almost awesome. It is a licensing scheme that lets creator users protect some of their rights while assigning other rights for free use. Traditional copyright works…
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