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It's OK, if you don't sell the app, have no ads and no premium content or in - app purchases. If you do either of the above, it is quite clearly a commercial use: you use it to generate profit in terms of ad revenue or using them as means to direct users to"premium content" or by selling the app. When it comes to the 'no commercial' clause : The ...


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All of this is entirely unclear. The NonCommercial clause is intent-based, and relies on a concept of ”commercial advantage“ that is not further defined. Arguably, a NC-licensed work can be provided free of charge but still for a commercial purpose, e.g. if a CC-BY-NC-SA licensed photograph is used on an advertisement. That the covered work is also available ...


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