A new self-hosting framework called Saga is giving artists, musicians, writers, filmmakers and other creatives more control over the way their content is shared. Saga works similarly to YouTube or any other embeddable media viewer, but it also offers a back-end dashboard where project owners can alter or restrict the use of their work if they don’t agree with the context of its use. For example, musicians can limit the use of a song to 500 plays or photographers can obscure an image if they don’t like the website it’s on. Set-up and installation instructions for Saga are currently available on GitHub.
Control the Way Your Content is Shared with Saga