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Creative Commons and You

Setting the rules of sharing on the Internet

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There is a lot of content on the Internet. If there is a subject you are interested in there is a site for it. But, knowing when you can share content is as important as the content that you add to your website. Much of that content has taken people time and energy to bring it to Want to know what you can share? Creative Commons has a system in…




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