Conceivably, the collaborative concept behind Creative Commons is the key component to Web 2.0. Allowing users to share online property beyond the conceptual level leads to greater efficiency in the global community.  Generally, users are free to utilize the materials on Creative Commons without going through licensing hassles or violating property rights.  This is a win-win scenario for everyone.  Creators get their work exposed to the public, users find materials they need, and viewers of the new content get better content than might otherwise be possible.  And content is key.  Creative Commons, regardless of the success they ultimately achieve, has made a significant contribution to a collaborative, Web 2.0 world.  Congratulations on the collaborative concept contribution Creative Commons.

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