I apologize- some people were talking about creative commons on their websites. Let me first say that if yer bad ass enough to be part of this group and want to share it enough that you're looking for CC licensing advice- you can feel free to add at the bottom a link to www.PenleyGlobalLaw.com
and say- for any additional information and or questions please contact Alexander Penley, a lawyer with the OWS media group. Individually if you want to sign a contract so as to say 'my attorney' (free, of course, I just can't be bound without a retainer agreement).
That said- here goes:
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