Legal use of images with "creative commons"
I do not fully understand the "creative commons" thing for legal reuse of images. I understand that you find images that are ok for reuse as long as you give credit, but is posting the image on a hub and then simply posting the link in "source" under the image enough? Do I have to give any credit to "creative commons" as well?
Creative commons is not a person or entity - it is just a way of saying "This is available for public use".
As long as you give a link back to the source, that's fine.
by Brie Hoffman9 months ago
There is a new social media site where you can post articles and photo's called steemit.com and you can make a good amount of money on it.
by ofmelancholy7 years ago
Picture covers bon jovi by the way.
by Holle Abee6 years ago
I used an image from Flickr that was under creative commons, labeled for noncommercial use. I guess I thought hubs were noncommercial if they didn't sell products. Anyway, the photographer contacted me and demanded...
by Celina Martin4 years ago
Just wondering, is it necessary to mention source link while using photos from search engines. And, if I do will it be beneficial for my hub or not?
by Mary Hyatt3 years ago
I am reading more and more Hubs where there are beautiful photos, but NO attribution to them. I just read one that clearly has a watermark of the person holding the copyright. When you look at the photos, it...
by Jeff Davis7 years ago
is it necessary to cite the origin of your photos if you downloaded them from somewhere? and is it necessary to copyright or somehow mark photos posted that you yourself has taken? thank you in advance for any input.
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