No. However, you can recommend free resources from other sites or organizations and give directions for how to access them directly.
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Sure. You can set various conditions or requirements for use of your work. If you choose to share your resource for free, we recommend you select from three different Creative Commons licenses: 1. ShareAlike (CC-BY-SA): you give permission for others to download your resource for free and also to create new works based on it. […]
Yes. You automatically own the copyright to any works of expression you create and it is not necessary to register your works. As copyright owner you control the use and distribution of a protected work by any other persons, whether it’s a whole work or just a substantial part. You should include a notice of […]