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Wattpad Announces Creative Commons Agreement

Posted at 6:30AM Wednesday 23 Jul 2014

Wattpad, a site which makes discovery possible through more than 30 million reader memberships, is designed specifically for authors to write and post content, then for readers to share that content with their own followers. But one of the chief questions plaguing the concept often comes from new authors to the site: is it safe?

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