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||The Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 license is the license under which Scratch projects are all published. In non-legal, easy terminology, this means that anyone can remix and edit anybody else's published projects without penalty. By publishing a Scratch project on the Scratch website, the user automatically agrees to the terms of the Creative Commons License. The Creative Commons license is still a form of copyright but is more flexible for developers.