What is Creative Commons License?

Creative Commons (CC) helps create creativity and share information with freely created legal tools. CC is a non-profit organization that allows multiple use of vehicles.


It offers an open licensing community for its purpose. These licenses and tools are publicly available and free of charge. The CC license allows the author to determine the terms of use of a work on the Internet.


These licenses are the publication of the work produced by the person, the environment, the project within the framework of the circumstances determined by the person.


It allows people to act on the free but decisive criteria usually set by the owner, which allows for the publication of studies online. It helps the work of the project to reach a wide audience without the need for permission from the work owner.


It plays a decisive role in the dissemination and use of the work by using all the means of internet, social media, mailing and other means of transportation.


As long as the criteria set by the licensees are acted, they establish an intertwined partnership with each other in the creation of new projects with an environment of mutual trust and not forcing their own financial situation in work of producers without fear of security.


CC licenses are now readable with machines. It can be read by softwares, applications, web search engines and technological infrastructures.


The proper use and definitions of this license ensure the access and exchange of accurate and complete data and remain in accordance with the interoperability principle.


The rights determined by the author are generally stated as follows; ‘’ Some rights reserved ‘’.


It works under 6 main undergraduate conditions and these are;


1 – Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)


The name of the author in all CC Licenses.


2 – Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0)


People who use the work have the right to copy, disseminate and change their works as long as they license the same license. If it is intended to be disseminated in other ways, permission of the author is required.


3 – Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0)

Persons who use the work have the right to copy, disseminate, display and change (unless it is called non-derivative) except for commercial purposes. Commercial use requires permission of the author.


4 – Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-ND 4.0)


Persons using the work have the right to copy, disseminate, display and play.


5 – Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)


Persons can change original material for non-commercial purposes. Persons must give credit for creator.


6 – Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0)


Persons can change, copy original material for non commercial purposes. Persons must give credit for author.


Modification of the work requires permission of the author.



In the royalty free works, the following two main articles are stated;


1 – No rights reserved: This is the case where the author is not bound by the copyright and affiliated rights. Born in response to the needs of scientists, educators, artists and other creators.


2 – Public domain: Used for works whose publicity period has expired and which have become public property.


Copyright period varies from country to country, but is protected for 50 years or longer. However, the royalty period expires on the last day of the relevant calendar year.


As long as these licensing criteria are complied with, the owners will license their own works. At the same time, manufacturers have access to the tools, substances, files, etc., which they need, for their intended use.


For more information, visit Creative Commons official website.


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