from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives license.
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Many Commons fans - who are often also Creative Commons fans - will appreciate this change as well, announced by Shelley Bernstein: "Lastly, we've taken one more baby step in the ongoing direction of opening up more content-with images and text that we own the copyright to, we've changed our default Creative Commons license on the site from a CC-BY-NC-ND to a CC-BY-NC, to allow for greater re-use of materials."
By example, a "CC-BY-NC-ND" license would be the most restrictive allowing for redistribution of works provided that the creator is credited, no derivatives are made and that they aren't used commercially.
I'm thinking I need to lay off the workohol. gorouzaemon1 iyoupapa: Meekah on the back porch - Thanksgiving day 2009 (via loves_taishan) (c) 2009�loves_taishan under CC-BY-NC-ND license. evanrud Final Day of SubHub's Special Thanksgiving Promotion -
It's licensed CC-BY-NC-ND. (via Free the facts! is a neat set of cartoons written on index cards, explaining the current situation with regards to publishing of scientific research, and thus the need for the open access movement.