Beware, Behance's 'No Use At All' symbol is the same as CC's 'No Rights Reserved' ...


"Here’s something that you should be aware of if you use Behance to share your photography portfolio online: the 'No Use At All' symbol used by Behance is the same well-known one used by Creative Commons for 'No Rights Reserved.' In other words, with a casual glance, it may look like your work is in the public domain and completely free for everyone to use however they’d like.

"When adding a new project to Behance, the default license is a Creative Commons one that lets people use/share your work with certain conditions and restrictions (i.e. non-commercial and/or non-derivative) ..."

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