The tagline at the top of this page reads "Open-Source Visioning for
a U.S. Democracy Movement."
Central to the "open-sourcedness" of the Citizen Now project is that
the Statements that lie at the heart of the project are provisioned with a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 License.
Creative Commons, for its part, maintains on its Web site — as a resource
for those who are considering using a Creative Commons license — a
"library" of Case Studies. This online library, which includes 373 studies
as of this writing, is intended to demonstrate — "for inspiration, business models, or precedents — the broad range of ways in which creators of all
kinds are using Creative Commons.
The latest addition to the Creative Commons library is Citizen Now.
You can read the Citizen Now Case Study at CitizenNow.org here.