YouTube Breaks Records with 4M Creative Commons Videos
Just a year after launching its Creative Commons library, YouTube has broken the record for most Creative Commons videos, tallying up at 4 million. Explains CNET, "This means that users have literally millions of choices for snipping bits of footage, adding scenes, and building onto videos they're making. Everything in this collection comes branded with the Creative Commons Attribution license, meaning users don't have to get explicit permission to use the content from the creators."
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