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Revoked Creative Commons license
In 2017, we published several German and Czech articles under the CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 AT license. According to the license, we can’t revoke it as long as the license terms are followed.
However, one German blogger repeatedly violated all of the three license terms by not giving appropriate credit, using our articles for commercial purposes and modifying our articles without distributing them under the same license as the original. Violating the license terms results in automatic termination of the license agreement. Back then, we contacted this blogger three times and demanded removal of our content. Following our third e-mail, he removed our content and spread false information about us to distract attention away from his actions.
Afterwards, we learned that many private users and even some small companies don’t know about the full terms of CC licenses. Some people are convinced that a CC license means “you can do whatever you want with CC licensed content”. This is absolutely false. Consequently, we removed our CC-licensed articles.
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