Our publications use a Creative Commons license that allows the use of its contents for non-commercial purposes, requiring only attribution to the author. This means that all our content, except some photos and videos, can be used freely. Anyone can copy, reproduce, distribute and modify them, the only conditions that are imposed are:
- Let it be for a non-commercial purpose. Its publication is considered commercial use on any page that shows advertising or that supports another activity such as the sale of goods and services.
- That the original attribution be maintained to its author by means of a direct link (without “nofollow”) to the individual page of the blog where said content was originally published. If it is a printed media, it is enough to mention the name of the blog and the general URL of the blog (although if you can publish the url of the news, it is appreciated).
A part of what we do is collect the bits and bytes of the news scattered over the Internet on the topics we cover to make a modest selection. That is why we believe in justice to return to the Internet as much as we have taken from it for which we use a Creative Commons license .
One caveat, some of the photographs and videos that we use do not belong to us, so we do not have the power to apply the Creative Commons license.