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I just realized that probably the entire MIT Open Courseware Content is CC BY-NC-SA 4.0. Doesn’t that mean that one could then reupload a lot of content to some peertube instance and thus publish a lot of excellent content there? (Provided one complies with the Non-Commercial, Attribution and Share Alike Clauses of the License)

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This channel has been uploading Creative Commons science videos from other creators: https://tilvids.com/accounts/opensciencevids/about

And for example this video was produced by an educational institution: https://tilvids.com/videos/watch/08bceb92-bb06-4187-a122-a843e1d45670

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@blitz
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I don’t quite understand. Could you elaborate? What would you suggest instead?

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A free software to take back control of your videos

Peertube is an open, federated alternative to Youtube without advertising or tracking. On this site, you can find a good Peertube instance, with good rules, good moderation and most importantly a friendly community.

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