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Want to know if you can legally use Google Images?


This feature has existed for a long time but used to be hidden.
Xposedbydesign's curator insight, January 21, 2014 12:10 PM


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The Social Beehive's curator insight, January 26, 2014 9:10 AM

A very useful and very important piece of information. Google should have made clearer some time ago.  

Just because something is online... | Creative Ramblings


A while ago, a Google+ user shared a lovely photo in one of the Communities to which I belong. When I asked them who had taken it, they explained that they had no idea. The same thing happened with several other users in the next few days...
Cendrine Marrouat -

A very short writeup on copyright infringement, with a focus on pictures...

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Striking Back Against Censorship


The mission of is to democratize publishing. We’re inspired every day by the ways creators use our platform to bring their voices to the world. Unfortunately, we also see many cases o...
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"Until there are some teeth to the copyright laws, it’s up to us – websites and users, together – to stand up to DMCA fraud and protect freedom of expression. Through these suits, we’d like to remind our users that we’re doing all we can to combat DMCA abuse on….and most importantly, remind copyright abusers to think twice before submitting fraudulent takedown notices. We’ll be watching, and are ready to fight back."

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Creative Commons: Supporting Copyright Reform


Today Creative Commons released a policy statement expressing its support for copyright reform efforts around the world.
Creative Commons (CC) has enabled a new approach to copyright licensing over the last ten years.
Becky Roehrs's curator insight, October 16, 2013 12:58 PM

You go Creative Commons! 

IWM's curator insight, October 23, 2013 9:41 AM

Creative Commons media is a must for the teaching community to share media 

If you think you can freely use anything you find on the Internet, check out this infographic


Every month or so, I find myself having to educate people on copyright infringement.  It seems that some bloggers still don't understand that the Internet follows the same rules as the offline worl...
Cendrine Marrouat -

This great infographic busts all the major myths about copyright. I have to deal with a lot of content scrapers, so this resource will be very useful to educate them on ethical practices. 

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