Creative Commons is a free license for creative works that allows the sharing of these works on any platform that is freely accessible.
It has been around since 2000 and is the foundation of the open internet.
But what is the new one?
And is it compatible with existing CC licenses?
We asked the creative community to tell us what is new in Creative Commons 2016.
Here are our answers.
What is the Creative Commons Licensing Agreement?
Creative Commons is the licensing agreement that applies to all CC licenses, which are software and hardware licenses.
CC is the abbreviation for Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License, a Creative Commons licence for the sharing and remixing of copyrighted works, that is compatible with other CC licenses.
The Creative Commons License does not contain any copyright or trademark notices.
What does it say?
Creators and users of Creative Commons licensed software are granted an unrestricted license to reproduce, remix, adapt, and distribute the work, subject to the license terms.
Users of software licensed by Creative Commons are not granted an unlimited license.
This license allows them to copy and distribute their work and make derivative works, provided they follow the license agreement and follow the terms and conditions of this license agreement.
The license is not intended to confer copyright protection, and it is not the copyright owner’s exclusive license.
It is a license that users may freely use.
What can you do with a Creative Licence?
When you make a derivative work, you may do so in any medium you choose, including any website, and you may use any of the Creative Licenses for that work as long as you comply with the license.
For example, if you make software that contains an image of an object and you license it to a company, you are not obligated to license the image as a Creative Work under the Creative Work License Agreement, but you can use it as a creative tool.
What do I need to do?
To use the Creative Works you make available under the license, you must comply with all the license conditions.
You must follow the Creative License Agreement to the letter.
The following is a list of the terms in the Creative CC License Agreement:Creative Works licensed by the Creative Creative Commons Community are licensed as Creative Commons Works for use by individuals, groups, or institutions, and by companies.
The Creative Creative Community does not own the copyright or other intellectual property rights in any Creative Works, but it does own rights in the underlying software, such as the icon that appears on the software and the name and contact information of the creator of the software.
The license agreement is licensed to you under the following conditions:You may not use the work for commercial purposes, or for any commercial purpose that violates the rights of third parties, unless you have the consent of the third party.
If you violate this condition, you agree to pay any monetary damages as determined by the court.
You agree to cooperate with any law enforcement agency that may seek to enforce this condition.
If you violate the Creative Content License, you acknowledge and agree that you have a right to terminate your rights to use the content of this License Agreement.
What do I do if I get a notice from Creative Commons about a Creative Works I’ve made?
When Creative Commons receives a notice of infringement of the license or copyright from you, we may investigate the matter and notify you.
How can I make a complaint?
To make a request to CC, please visit the complaint form.
You can also contact CC’s legal department by filling in the form below.
How do I find out about Creative Commons licenses?
For Creative Commons licensing inquiries, you can visit the Creative Rights Center at http://creativerights.org/ .