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lithis writes "A new version of the Creative Commons licenses has been released. What's new: “we have spun off the "generic" license to be the CC US license and created a new generic license... we are ensuring that all CC jurisdiction licenses and the CC unported license have consistent, express treatment of the issues of moral rights and collecting society royalties... [the license now explicitly declares that] a person may not misuse the attribution requirement of a CC license to improperly assert or imply an association or relationship with the licensor or author... licenses will now include the ability for derivatives to be relicensed under a "Creative Commons Compatible License"... the licenses include minor clarifications to the language of the licenses to take account of the concerns of Debian and MIT.”"