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Can I reuse my own answers outside of Ask Ubuntu?

IANAL but, Material posted on Stack Exchange sites is owned by its author (you) and made available under the CC BY-SA Creative Commons license. As the owner of the material, you are free to do ...
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Are you aware of askubuntu.biz?

Pretty sure this particular one has come up before, but maybe not since it still exists. Please report it using the contact us form at the bottom of every page.
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Can I reuse my own answers outside of Ask Ubuntu?

Yes. Content you create is yours. There was briefly a clause in the Terms and Conditions that —by my reading— had the inadvertent impact of demanding attribution. I also occasionally write technical ...
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Correct action for questions in legal grey area

It's not illegal to run OS X in a VM. My government will not care. It may be a breach of the license terms. But that's not our problem. The user should know the license agreement. There is no way we ...
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Am I allowed to use a web crawler on Ask Ubuntu?

If you want actual permission from Stack Exchange Inc, use the contact form. We can really only give you informal advice. Be polite. Don't hammer the server with hundreds of requests per second, don'...
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7 votes
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Is there a license on all the code put on SE?

All post content is available under CC-BY-SA. But I disagree slightly with the spirit of muru's post. You can add additional licenses to your posts. If a post declares its content to be available ...
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Is there a license on all the code put on SE?

All content posted to Stack Exchange, including code, is licensed CC-BY-SA. If you "declare" another license on your post, and that license is incompatible with CC-BY-SA, you're in violation of Stack ...
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