Attribution Policy for the Blog: Please Review if You Want to Quote from DPB


Awhile back, a reader wrote asking about the blog’s attribution policy.  So better late than never, here it is, and thanks to Kathlb for helping us get this task done.

We will license the work shown on the Death Penalty Blog under the Creative Commons Public License as detailed below, the Attribution Without Derivatives license.  You may download posts from the DPB and share them with others IF you mention the DPB/Terry Lenamon as the source and include a link back to DPB.  The contents of the blog posts cannot be changed.  They cannot be used commercially. 

Please see full article below for more information.

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