creative-commons News of 01/20/20
Europe Shows The Way In Online Privacy
Alastair Mitchell Contributor Share on Twitter Alastair Mitchell is a partner at multi-stage VC fund EQT Ventures and the fund's B2B sales, marketing and SaaS expert. Ali also focuses on helping US ...
$100m Grant For The Web Fund Aims To Jump-Start A New Way To Pay Online
Getting paid for providing content online isn’t simple, and as the ad-based economy continues to collapse pretty much everyone is looking for alternatives. One problem: While the web is great at moving images and audio and files around, it has a ...
Creative Commons Launches Its Search Engine Out Of Beta, With Over 300m Images Indexed
Nonprofit organization Creative Commons is today publicly launching its search engine after more than two years of beta testing. The new service is designed to offer an easy way to search the commons’ archive of free content available in the ...
China’S Largest Stock Photo Provider Draws Fire Over Use Of Black Hole Image
While the world marvels at the first black hole image ever taken , a Chinese photo-sharing community is setting off a huge public outcry over its use of the landmark photo and a wider debate over copyrights practices in China. As soon as the ...
Flickr Says All Creative Commons Photos Are Protected From Deletion, Not Just Past Uploads
Flickr announced today that all Creative Commons images will remain protected on its site – including those uploaded in the past and those that will be added in the future. The news follows Flickr’s November 2018 announcement where it ...