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It wasn't long ago that Flickr lamented the \"cost of lost good will\" its Wall Art service caused, but the photo-minded outfit thinks it has a solution: removing Creative Commons-licensed photos from Wall Art's available photos. What's more, the outfit is refunding the sales of CC images made throu

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If you post Flickr images with a commercial-use creative commons license, Yahoo has a little surprise: it will soon be free to sell them and keep all the money. It recently decided to peddle canvas prints of selected photos for up to $50, taking 100 percent of the revenue from creative commons use

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Non-profit groups don't often have the luxury of using satellite maps to gauge their progress clearing landmines or saving trees. Getting fresh imagery is typically expensive, if it's an option at all. Google's recent acquisition Skybox wants to fix that with Skybox for Good, a new program that gi

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Los Angeles-area Boy Scouts (this author used to be among them) will now be able to receive an \"activity patch\" in respecting copyrights. Different from a merit badge, The Associated Press reports that \"an activity patch is not required to advance in the Scouts. Instead, they are awarded for various

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