Creative Commons is building a mobile app to kill stock photos

The List
Content sharing nonprofit Creative Commons has been hard at work over a mobile app that lets people and organizations request and use images from users under an open license — ringing the death knell for stock photos. It’s called The List, because it provides lists of locations, people, objects and events that users need pictures of. Other users can view these requests and publish their own images for public use through the app. Creative Commons’ The List app (Android beta) Creative Commons currently allows people to search the Web for images under its open license. Its app will open up an avenue…

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