16 Sources for Free Public Domain and CC0-Licensed Images


16 Sources for Free Public Domain and CC0-Licensed Images
Esther Cunningham

thank you for this list! I’m brand new to the blogging world & I’m definitely not a photographer. While I’m working on that skill to be able to have some unique photos & high quality pictures of events & projects, its nice to know I don’t have to have it all figured out just yet. I’ve used Unsplash but never heard of several of these.

CC0
Carlton Stokes

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Image CC BY (Elliot Midson from Noun Project.)

Creative Commons license
Irena Mahan

The validity of the CC BY-SA 2.0 as a license was not in dispute. The CC BY-SA 2.0 requires that the licensee to use nothing less restrictive than the CC BY-SA 2.0 terms. The atlas was sold commercially and not for free reuse by others. The dispute was whether Drauglis’ license terms that would apply to “derivative works” applied to the entire atlas. Drauglis sued the defendants in June 2014 for copyright infringement and license breach, seeking declaratory and injunctive relief, damages, fees, and costs. Drauglis asserted, among other things, that Kappa Map Group “exceeded the scope of the License because defendant did not publish the Atlas under a license with the same or similar terms as those under which the Photograph was originally licensed.”[72] The judge dismissed the case on that count, ruling that the atlas was not a derivative work of the photograph in the sense of the license, but rather a collective work. Since the atlas was not a derivative work of the photograph, Kappa Map Group did not need to license the entire atlas under the CC BY-SA 2.0 license. The judge also determined that the work had been properly attributed.[73]

Creative Commons License Deed
Sara Pratt

The use of a work free of known copyright restrictions may be otherwise regulated or limited. The work or its use may be subject to personal data protection laws, publicity, image, or privacy rights that allow a person to control how their voice, image or likeness is used, or other restrictions or limitations under applicable law.

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