Why would I want to share my work with others?
There are many reasons to license your work with a Creative Commons license:
Increasingly, content creators in the digital environment are recognizing the CC concept and iconography, easily identifying the specific uses it enables.
Creative Commons licenses are specifically designed to be comprehensive in their application and to be enforceable with the same effect in any jurisdiction.
Not everyone is a copyright advocate, which is why Creative Commons made it possible for content creators to quickly and easily mark how badly they wanted users to reuse their content, while retaining full ownership. copyright of their work.
When designing the Creative Commons system, special care was taken to make CC licenses easy to understand for both creators and users.
This means that it is easy for those who wish to find content available for reuse to search for CC material and material that allows particular uses (e.g. for commercial purposes).
As with all "open" licenses, CC licenses have been meticulously drafted and reformulated, and are constantly subject to extensive discussion and review.
Because CC is an older permissions system, the licenses that authorize derivative works are remix-compatible and were, in fact, designed specifically for remixing.
Under a CC license, you, as the content aggregator, are also free to use the content on the same terms as the users.