After reading Tim O’Reilly’s “What is Web 2.0?”, I feel as though all these new terminology are all just about simplicity. By reading along and seeing the difference of what changed between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0, it was all about dealing with technology and making it simple for everyone to use in the Internet. To be honest, on my opinion, I think Web is all about the participation that people are contribute to the Internet by being creative and to each create their own “story”. O’Reilly’s comparison along with the following Google, Netscape, Flickr, Amazon, eBay, and so on sets out the real contrast between each of these developments. With Creative Commons, I think it’s one of the smart ways where any person can have a specific license to their own material. There are always going to be plagiarism, but I think with Creative Commons, it’ll be put in good use especially to restrict certain things from being used from other sources. Under Creative Commons, for different users to have different licenses, it tackles the specific actions that the users are not allowed to do.
When people are allowed to include copyrighted content, only if they are given privilege, it would bring up privilege to what they are trying to say.