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Open content

From Wikipedia, a free encyclopedia written in simple English for easy reading.

Open Content is when someone creates something and allows others to copy it or make changes without having to ask for permission

When someone creates something (like a picture or book), they can choose to make that work "open". This means that other people are allowed to copy it and change it if they want. Something that is open content may be free, but it does not have to be.

The Simple English Wikipedia is open content. So are other Wikipedias. The content can be text or pictures or sound. If a person changes content or makes new content, everyone can give or sell it to anyone else. They never need to ask permission to do this.

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