[Wiki Loves Monuments] FOP in Europe: does this include WWII monuments with art?
vriullop at hotmail.com
Sat Mar 2 12:37:26 UTC 2013
Relevant discussion is at https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:Requests_for_comment/non-US_Freedom_of_Panorama_under_US_copyright_law
AFAIK, policy in Commons is use choice of law of FOP in country of origin but with a warning for reusers that it may not be free in the US: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Template:Not-free-US-FOP
> Date: Sat, 2 Mar 2013 11:53:14 +0100
> From: jane023 a gmail.com
> To: commons-l a wikimedia.lists.org; wikilovesmonuments a lists.wikimedia.org
> Subject: [Wiki Loves Monuments] FOP in Europe: does this include WWII monuments with art?
> WMNL was recently approached for helping start a photo contest for
> WWII monuments. Based on this
> We assumed that these photographs could be used on Wikipedia, but the
> recent discussions about the DMCA takedown notice for this
> indicate that FOP in Europe is not really FOP.
> To be careful, we have decided to cancel the photo contest idea,
> though people are of course terribly disappointed about this.
> Does anyone know the status of this discussion? Of course, WLM has
> brought in several thousand of these "possibly-not-FOP" sculptures, as
> they are often WLM monuments themselves, or are situated directly in
> front of buildings that are WLM monuments.
> Thanks in advance for any info you have - we need a short and sweet
> way to inform the WWII monument committee and WMNL volunteers why we
> are cancelling.
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