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 Images and copyright
Alright, thanks for the advice. Picdiary.com has licenced its images under a creative commons licence that grants permission for use with attribution, without requiring permission. This is entirely separate from normal fair use rights. Tlogmer
- I am not objecting to the licencing of the images, just the fact that the licence to copy was not stated or indicated anywhere. Because some people can be upset by their copyrighted images being stolen the right to copy needs to be explicitly stated for WikiTravel images. It was the lack of a statement I had a problem with. - Huttite 22:31, 15 Oct 2004 (EDT)