Using Photos & Data Under a Creative Commons License

Below is a creative commons Image from Flickr. In the Caption to the photo is the kind of attribution that a Creative Commons Attribution License calls for when using an image like this from Flickr:

Don McCullough
Some Rights Reserved
Sunset and silhouette

When you choose to use a photo or data available under a Creative Commons’ License, you’re giving other people information about their rights to use your copyrighted materials. This means that you should understand what the different licenses mean

Notice that the information on these sites provides Open Data available through licenses that allow people to create something new or useful

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Licensing Requirement Information found in Linked Open Data

In 2009, Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web recorded the following TED Presentation about Linked Open Data.

This video describes his next idea for a use for the Web, where Data is shared and can flow freely, published by people under open licenses.

On the L4LOD Vocabulary Specification 0.2 is Information about the different licenses over the data sets of the LOD cloud.

I’ve shared links to and information about the Open licenses that data there has been published under below, so that the information can be shared and it can help encourage others to create using Linked Data, and to share data under Open data licenses like the ones described..

Creative Commons

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