Questions tagged [cc-by-nc-nd]

For questions about the restrictive Creative Commons license, CC-BY-NC-ND meaning: no derivatives, commercial usages and mandatory attribution.

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Is CC-BY-NC-ND compatible with CC-BY for scientific publication? [duplicate]

If I submit a scientific article under the CC-BY license to arXiv, can I license derivative works (later peer-reviewed versions of the article) under the CC-BY-NC-ND license? I am dealing with ...
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Can I host CC BY-NC-ND photos along side commercial stock photos?

If I had a stock photo site that contained a mix of free Creative Commons licensed photos and commercial stock photos (where I make a commission), would I be allowed to include photos licensed under ...
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Doubts with CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 learning material

I have access to a learning material(docs/solutions) which is licensed under XYZ Training - ABC Product Copyright (C) 2019 - 2021 XYZ. All rights reserved. The software in this package is published ...
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What are the restrictions for software licenses if I use source code from the Java documentation?

I plan to use source code from Oracles Java documentation, which contains the following license information. Since I'm not used to publishing my code, but I have to this time, I have no idea of the ...
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Do adverts break NC clause of Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) licence

I have an idea for an android app and I'm interested if it is legal. Basically there are sites where people upload their recipes for vape juices, and all of these recipes fall under this specific ...
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Possibilities with Creative Commons ND

I am currently having trouble understanding the ND part of Creative Commons licenses. Let's assume that I have found a database which is being published as CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 DE. Most of the ...
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Can artwork under CC-BY NC ND be used in AGPL codebase?

Can artwork under CC-BY NC ND be used in AGPL codebase? I have sprites for a game I want to release under CC-BY NC ND license. Game code itself is licensed as AGPL, while sprites are mostly CC-BY SA. ...
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Can I change the license of re-written code?

The is a single file source code that I have used as a base for my little project. That source code already works as it is. The problem is its syntaxes, variable naming, spacing, and so many unused ...
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Rights of deep learning output trained on CC-BY-ND or CC-BY-NC images

We can use GANs to generate original images, but if I train my GAN using CC-BY-ND am I creating a derivative work? If I train with CC-BY-NC images (or even copyrighted images), do I have rights to use ...
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CC BY-NC-ND project containing GPL-licensed work

I recently downloaded some source code that is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND, but contains code licensed under GPLv3 that it is dependent on. Which license am I granted the rights of? GPLv3 states that:...
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Is use of CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 library in open source project a derivative work?

There is an open source library which I would like to add to my own software repo. However, it is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 which does not allow derivative works. I do not modify the library's ...
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If I write a class transformer for a project licensed under CC BY-NC-ND, may I distribute that transformer?

If I write a Java class transformer that transforms code from a project licensed under CC BY-NC-ND, is that legal? I am not actually distributing a modified copy of the project, but while a specific ...
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Does programmatically looping a song in a game qualify as a derivative work?

If I want to put a song licensed under a Creative Commons license that does not allow derivatives (such as CC BY-NC-ND 3.0), am I allowed to programmatically loop (or apply effects) to the song when ...
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Using CC BY-NC-ND images on website with ads

I am currently developing an online service that allows to share and download music from different source on the internet, this is a free service without subscription or registration, I found a ...
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Is the BY-NC-ND license the most strict CC license for my open source project?

Suppose I am working on an open source project. I am nearly finished, and about to publish it. I would like to release it to the public so that they can learn and make their own version but I DO NOT ...
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