What is a Creative Commons?

Creative Commons is an open-source license that allows anyone to copy, distribute, modify, create derivative works and otherwise use any content on the Internet without permission from the copyright holder.

The most popular CC licenses are Creative Commons, Creative Commons Attribution, and CC BY.

CC BY and Creative Commons are the most popular licenses for sharing information.

Creative Commons allows anyone, whether they are a user or not, to make, share, or otherwise use derivative works of content.

CC licenses do not require attribution, and often include disclaimers and links to other content.

In a nutshell, you can copy, share and modify content, even if you do not own the copyright.

Creative commons is a community-driven effort to provide licenses that are broadly applicable.

It has been used in a variety of fields including journalism, education, entertainment, finance, design, education technology, entertainment business, and many more.