Creative Commons

Creative Commons is a family of licenses, analogous to open source, but usually used for creative works other than software, such as documentation, written work, images, and sound and video recordings. A number of variants of the Creative Commons license have been defined that give the licensor control of how they want to handle attribution, derivative works, redistribution, and commercial use.


What is Software Intellectual Property?

Published June 20, 2017

Contributor David Bernholdt