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Google Advanced search provides the ability to search for data with certain usage rights (creative commons). How can I tag my data to indicate the usage rights?

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There is a license chooser generator on the creativecommons.org website. The generator helps you chose the correct licence and then will generate a code for you to add to your page.

There is also more information on licence mark up best practices on the page below:

Best Practices for Marking Content with CC Licenses: Creators

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So, you just need to link using rel="licence" to the correct URL <a rel="license" href="creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US"; – Casebash Jun 25 '13 at 5:20

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