The next one is Creative Commons. It is a nonprofit organization that offers copyright licenses for digital work.
Aha, I recognize that logo!
No registration is necessary to use the Creative Commons licenses. Instead, content creators select which of the organization's six licenses best meets their goals, then tag their work so that others know under which terms and conditions the work is released.
The last one we will see is Copyright.
Fair Use Public Use Creative Commons Copyright
Copyright is a legal term describing ownership of control of the rights to the use and distribution of certain works of creative expression, including books, video, movies, music and computer programs.
All of these exist in order to protect private property and prevent illegal copying. These regulations help people share things online without giving up their right to ownership.