What has long been possible with other services such as Vimeo or Blip.tv is now finally implemented on YouTube. YouTube allows the uploader to decide whether he wants to make his video under the Creative Commons license or the YouTube standard license. Google says, however, that the user would be overwhelmed with the variety of CC licenses and CC-BY is the only choice. Read the rest of this entry »
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