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The set of licences that are creative commons allow for copying and distribution of the works, as long as some restrictions are met. These restrictions are represented by two-letter acronyms, that are added to CC, for example CC-BY-SA (the license Wikipedia uses). The meaning of the acronyms are: BY: Attribution - Credit the creator(s) NC: Non commercial ...


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They purchase the right to be the first to publish your work in English anywhere in the world in those formats. You would not be able to sell first rights in English anywhere in the world after that. ETA: I am not a lawyer.


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Dictionary examples will take the form of either quotations from sources that have previously used that word. Or it will be a sentence that was constructed by the dictionary writer. So if you look for the word 'Example' in the Oxford English Dictionary, one of the example phrases is 1803 Pic Nic No. 4. 5 They must be made an example of. This is a ...


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This answer is tangential because it is about U.S. law and not Brazilian law, but maybe it will be helpful. You can get an exhaustive list of court cases on U.S. "fair use" law here: http://copyright.gov/fair-use/fair-index.html I browsed through them trying to find something directly relevant, but I was rather surprised to find that I couldn't find quite ...


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In The US this would be obvious fair use (even for commercial use), but this does not matter as you are in Brazil. There is a long history in international law that the copyright law of where you are not the copyright law that the original was produced under applies. Fair Use and Fair Dealing do not apply everywhere, and if I remember correctly Brazil has no ...



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