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I know technically CC doesn’t offer non-attribution licenses anymore, but if content is obtained under such a license (CC or otherwise), is it still allowable under the developer rules?
The only touch of the topic in the FAQ is:
“[…]uploaded games (including all components of games, such as audio) must be your original work or work you have permission to upload from the owner.”
If it’s under a commercial license that doesn’t require attribution (or even one that does), such as public domain, for instance… is that still available to use? Is it Kong-legal? Ideally if no one has a claim to it then the original artist has effectively given everyone automatic permission, right?
I just want to make sure since the language as it stands now seems a bit ambiguous.