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The '''Creative Commons Zero License''' is the most permissive '''[ Creative Commons]''' license because it effectively releases a work into the [[public domain]].

A work released in this way grants all the four freedoms listed in the [[definition]] of free cultural works:

{{:four freedoms}}

Additonally, a work released in this way will have:

{| style="background-color: #EEFFFF; width: 100%;"
! width="64" |  [[Image:Fd sq icon pd.svg]]
===No Restrictions===
[[Permissible_restrictions|Additional conditions]] are not guaranteed to be in place.