Tag Archives: creative commons

Copyright and you: A guide to copyright on Protagonize

Copyright is a complicated subject. Not only are the rules fairly vague in the areas that matter most, but the rules are also different for different countries, and sometimes even for different states or counties within those countries. When working over the … Continue reading

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Selecting your own content license

After a little turmoil around Protagonize’s global site licensing policies last week, I’ve completed the changes I had discussed in my previous post. All of our authors should now be able to select a default license by editing their profiles. The … Continue reading

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Content licensing changes you should be aware of

To preface this, let me be very clear that the changes I’m implementing should be nothing but positive for our authors. I wouldn’t make a negative change without consulting you all first, but this is something that I feel is … Continue reading

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Who owns your content?

I’ve had a few questions about content ownership and copyright over the past couple of weeks, so I thought I’d clarify for everyone how this all works. The main things to keep in mind are that: You own your content. … Continue reading

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