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Yes, you can link CC-SA content along with your code. Weak/strong copyleft is a term that only exists for software, because it only defines an exception to the copyleft. To use CC-SA content, you just have to give credit to the original author and share the content (modified or unmodified) under the same license. Not your code. The easiest way to do so ...


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I'd consider that a license violation to use CC BY-NC licensed material in such way. The CC BY-NC license says already in its name that the licensed content must not be used in commercial context. There exist a study from CC which gives general interpretation of the NC clause as On a scale of 1-100 where 1 is “definitely noncommercial” and 100 is “...


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Commercial activities which infringe copyright don't become non-infringing simply by becoming non-commercial; that is, the commercial nature of your activity has very little bearing on its infringing nature. You are also distributing this word list with your game, so please disabuse yourself of the idea that you are not republishing the material. That said,...


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If someone asks you to print the model then you are likely in the clear. The 2nd and 9th circuit courts have decided that a non-commercial entity can contract a for profit entity to make their copy, and as long as the entity doing the copying is working within their normal parameters, they are not using the work commercially. So you definitely can't sell ...


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