Prism Releases its Content Under a Flexible Creative Commons License Maher Arar
. Published on November 28, 2011
I would like to announce that Prism has embraced the republishing-friendly model of licensing its content (text and video) under a Creative Commons Non Commercial License. Publishers and blog owners can now republish Prism’s content for FREE (excluding photos) as long as they respect the following rules:
- Licensee can’t edit Prism’s material.
- Licensee can’t use Prism’s content for commercial purposes.
- If the licensee is republishing the licensed material on a web site or a blog she/she to link to us and attribute the story to the author. The following language, preferably included at the top of the web page, should be used: “This article, written by Joe Smith, originally appeared on Prism Magazine” (of course replacing Joe Smith with actual author name).
Those who are intereted in licensing Prism’s content should visit the republishing rights page for more information. Information about the Creative Commons License Prism is using can be found here.