Use of licensed content and license created content
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Digital content licenses
By understanding the licensing of content, we may also license the content we create according to the use we wish to give to it.
The approach to this activity is simple. Encourage reflection on the content we create. How we would like these contents to be used or not, and then we will mention the corresponding license in that content itself. To do this, you must understand the aforementioned content and make a decision.
• Takes into account the use of information and the basics of licensing for publication.
• Understands authors rights and licensing regimes.
• Knows that there are different ways to license intellectual authorship.
• Understands the differences between copyright, creative commons, copyleft and public use licenses.
• Knows how to license created personal digital content.
• Knows how to find information about licensing and authors rights.
|Public domain& equivalents||Permissive license||Copyleft (protective license)||Noncommercial license||Proprietary license||Trade secret|
|Description||Grants all rights||Grants use rights, including right to relicense (allows proprietization, license compatibility)||Grants use rights, forbids proprietization||Grants rights for noncommercial use only. May be combined with share-alike.||Traditional use of copyright; no rights need be granted||No information made public|
|For software||PD, Unlicense, CC0||BSD, MIT, Apache||GPL, AGPL||JRL, AFPL||Proprietary software, no public license||Private, internal software|
|For other creative works||PD, CC0||CC-BY||CC-BY-SA||CC-BY-NC||Copyright, no public license||Unpublished|
- Deciding Whether and How to License Your Content
- How to Effectively Transfer or License Your Work
- Copyright license
- Copyleft license
- Creative Commons license
- Public domain equivalent license
- Creative Commons
- Creative Commons Licenses, Explained (video)
- Using Creative Commons Content ( video)