By: John Torento and Danielle Lao
Know your license
To share in silence
Creative commons is an organization that lets owners share their work along with a set of rules/licenses that makes it fair to the owner and the people who use the owner’s work. There are 4 licenses in CC; Attribution, which lets people make specific changes to the work but still having to give credit to the owner. Share-Alike lets you make something new using the original work as a base and distributing it while crediting the original owner. Non-Derivatives means that you aren’t allowed to make any changes to the work, and Non-Commercial means that you can’t use the work for business purposes. These licenses will help the people share work all around the world legally.