Our license wants to make ensure this site service is under Creative Commons Public Domain Mark and Creative Commons Zero, if there are jurisdictions that do not allow authors to place their work in the public domain. Main reason is like the strict monistic approach the some country copyright law bases on. Not all jurisdictions permit authors to place their works in the public domain while they are alive. In those jurisdictions, Creative Commons Zero grants the widest possible permissions.
What is allowed?
- You can sell, copy, edit, modify, distribute and add into the work, even for commercial purposes, all contents in this site without asking permission. Regarding the logos, brands, trademarks or trademarks registered from third parties, you can negotiate to the owner. This site only gives an sample.
- Attribution is not required. Giving credit to this site is not necessary.
- After edit, modify the files or add into the work, you can choose Creative Commons by you.
What is not allowed?
- Don't try to Creative Commons by you without edit, modify the contents or add into the work.
Update Saturday, 9 November 2019.