Tag Archives: licensing

Selecting your own content license

After a little turmoil around┬áProtagonize’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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