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The free CC licences help you share your knowledge and creativity with the world. Licensing a work is as simple as choosing from our six licenses and placing a notice on your work.
With the version 4.0 international CC licences having recently been released, it is a good time to review what CC has achieved in the 11 years since the version 1.0 CC licences were published on 16 December 2002. In this article published by… Read More »
Creative Commons new version 4.0 licences were launched on 25 November 2013. The version 4.0 licences, “the most global, legally robust licences produced by CC to date”, are the result of extensive consultations and discussions among CC headquarters and CC… Read More »
New South Wales Government Open Data Policy supports Creative Commons licensing for government data and informationWhen the New South Wales government published the NSW Government Open Data Policy (v. 1.0, September 2013) on 11 November 2013, it adopted a position on Creative Commons licensing of government data and information that is consistent with that which has… Read More »