This document explains what licenses exist on the Backblaze B2 example code and code snippets.
Backblaze wants developers and organization to copy and re-use our code examples, so we make the samples available by several different licenses. Developers are free to choose one of these licenses.
MIT License: If a developer chooses this, Backblaze licenses code examples by the MIT license (see below for text).
Creative Commons: If a developer chooses this, Backblaze licenses code examples by any of the Creative Commons licenses. You can choose one here.
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