What does CC by 4.0 mean?
Creative Commons — Attribution 4.0 International — CC BY 4.0.
What does CC BY-SA mean?
Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike
Related Definitions CC-BY-SA means the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 license pub- lished by Creative Commons Corporation, a not-for-profit corporation with a principal place of business in San Francisco, California, as well as future copyleft versions of that license published by that same organization.
What does CC BY-SA mean in copyright?
CC BY-SA is also an open license. The letters SA (share alike) indicate that the adjusted work should be shared under the same reuse rights, so with the same CC license. NC (non-commercial use) and ND (no derivative works) are conditions that make the CC licenses more restrictive and thus less open.
Can I sell CC BY-SA?
You may charge money for your software, though you must distribute your software under CC BY-SA 4.0 terms to anyone who buys it. The Creative Commons Non-Commercial (NC) licenses prohibit commercial use or sale, but CC BY-SA is not an NC license (vs. BY-NC or BY-NC-SA, which are NC licenses).
Can I use CC BY-SA?
Yes. Works licensed under CC BY may be incorporated into works that are licensed under CC BY-SA. For example, you may incorporate a CC BY photograph into a Wikipedia article so long as you keep all copyright notices intact, provide proper attribution, and otherwise comply with the terms of CC BY.
How do Creative Commons on YouTube make money?
You can monetize royalty-free or Creative Commons content when the license agreement grants you rights to use it commercially. Sometimes rights owners require you to credit the creator of the content or give proof of purchase to use it in your video for commercial purposes.
Can I use Creative Commons?
CC offers its licenses, code, and tools to the public free of charge, without obligation. You do not need to register with Creative Commons to apply a CC license to your material; it is legally valid as soon as you apply it to any material you have the legal right to license.
What is the difference between CC by and CC BY-SA?
The only difference between CC BY-SA and CC BY is the ShareAlike clause in section 3b of the legal code. Under the CC BY licence, anyone who adapts the work can redistribute a modified version under the terms of their choice. CC BY-SA, however, binds the adapter to the terms of the original licence.
What are the four 4 main Creative Commons license types?
Each CC license is made up of one or more of four license elements: Attribution (BY), Share Alike (SA), NonComercial (NC) and No Derivatives (ND).