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Tag Archives: creative commons
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
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