creative commons

Can I Use This Image On My Website?

The handy flowchart style poster should help you decide whether or not you can a particular image on your website. If yes, the poster also suggest way on how you can properly credit the original source of the photograph.

Find Public Domain Content via Creative Commons

Learn how to to find copyright-free, public domain content on the Internet using Creative Commons Zero. A web page or photograph under public domain is not protected by copyright and can be freely used by everyone.

Lifehacker, Gizmodo Blogs Now Available Under Creative Commons

All content published on Gawker blogs like Gizmodo, Lifehacker, etc. is now available under a Attribution Non-Commercial Creative Commons license meaning you are free to use (or republish) articles from these blogs with attribution and without a commercial interest.

Who Owns Content Published through RSS Feeds

"What if someone decided to take your RSS feed and republish it on their site" Larry Borsato writes: "I’m a blogger, and I publish my content under a Creative Commons license that allows others to share and adapt it for non-commercial purposes, as long as they attribute the content to me.