YouTube announced Creative Commons licensing options for videos hosted on the site today, making it much easier to use and share videos with legal attribution.
Creative Commons on YouTube will allow users to splice clips or scenes from other videos through the YouTube Video Editor. Copyright and Creative Commons can be a tricky area as there are several different Creative Commons options.
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