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I couldn't find the proper forum to put it in, but I thought I'd ask you guys, how does Creative Commons work? DO you have to submit your work in? If not, how does it know which work has the copyright?
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nudge

(i need a reply soon please...)
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web development is the proper forum for you :whistling:
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From http://wiki.creativecommons.org/FAQ

For online works, you apply a Creative Commons license to a work by selecting the license that suits your preferences. Once you have selected your license, and if you are applying it to an online work, follow the instructions to include the html code in your work. This code will automatically generate the “Some Rights Reserved” button and a statement that your work is licensed under a Creative Commons license, or a “No Rights Reserved” button if you choose to dedicate your work to the public domain. The button is designed to act as a notice to people who come in contact with your work that your work is licensed under the applicable Creative Commons license. The html code will also be include the metadata that enables your work to found via Creative Commons-enabled search engines.


moved to random discussion since CC licenses can be applied to offline works

-Ryan
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