The Creative Commons Rights Expression Language (CC REL) lets you describe copyright licenses in RDF. For more information on describing licenses in RDF and attaching those descriptions to digital works, see CC REL in the Creative Commons wiki.
a potentially copyrightable work
a set of requests/permissions to users of a Work, e.g. a copyright license, the public domain, information for distributors
the legal jurisdiction of a license
an action that may or may not be allowed or desired
an action that may or may not be requested of you
something you may be asked not to do
making multiple copies
distribution, public display, and publicly performance
distribution of derivative works
permits commercial derivatives, but only non-commercial distribution
copyright and license notices be kept intact
credit be given to copyright holder and/or author
derivative works be licensed under the same terms or compatible terms as the original work
source code (the preferred form for making modifications) must be provided when exercising some rights granted by the license.
derivative and combined works must be licensed under specified terms, similar to those on the original work
derivative works must be licensed under specified terms, with at least the same conditions as the original work; combinations with the work may be licensed under different terms
exercising rights for commercial purposes
High Income Nation Use
use in a non-developing country
A related resource which describes additional permissions or alternative licenses for a Work which may be available.
The name the creator of a Work would like used when attributing re-use.
A related resource which defines non-binding use guidelines for the work.
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