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From the press release . . . This announcement comes at the end of a two-year development and consultation process, but in many ways, it began much earlier. Since 2007, CC has been working with legal experts around the world to adapt the 3.0 licenses to local laws in over 35 jurisdictions. In the process,…
Do you find “all rights reserved” too restrictive for your family history publishing projects? Creative Commons offers options. Take a look.
Looking for music you can legally use in your family history projects? Creative Commons can help!