Creative Commons licenses under scrutiny—what does “noncommercial” mean?
Dennis Skley reader comments 19 Share this story By all accounts, Great Minds is an educational stalwart that has developed K-12 curriculum used by schools across the US. The materials developed from the Washington, DC-based nonprofit hold US copyrights but are made publicly available under a Creative Commons (CC) license, which theoretically allows...
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