Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Creative Commons

Creative Commons provides an alternative to the automatic "all rights reserved" and gives the creators of various works control over their own creations. All require attribution but it provides people with choices, a good thing. It also provides distribution of an artists/creators work to communities/regions it might otherwise not reach. Products of creativity are not confined, but potentialy able to be accessed by a world wide audience. Shared with conditions, or not, but decided by the artist/creator. It gives the artist the right to exercise copyright more simply.

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