Wired To Publish Images Under Creative Commons License

Wired magazine has announced it will publish images that it generates under an editorial creative commons license. This is what the magazine’s editor in Chief Evan Hansen had to say:

“Creative Commons turns ten years old next year, and the simple idea of releasing content with “some rights reserved” has revolutionized online sharing and fueled a thriving remix culture. At Wired.com, we’ve benefited from CC-licensed photos for years — thank you sharers! Now we’re going to start sharing ourselves.”

Here’s a selection of images from the Wired magazine Flickr feed. The announcement follows those of other media outlets like Al Jazeera.

Photo: Jon Snyder/Wired.com

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