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This is spam, please revert it[edit]

A spam bot likes to spam the first section of this article, so this section has been added as a way of notifying editors that a spam contribution was made. -- Ryan 16:49, 17 April 2006 (EDT)

International copyright issue[edit]

I'm translating the Copyleft page into German. For me, a big juristical question has risen: What law is aplicable when a German contributor transmitts his work onto an US-American Server, German or US law? This not unimportant since there also exist German and Austrian adaptions of the Attribution-ShareAlike 1.0 Licence. To where should I link now??? -- Hansm 09:05, 2004 Sep 13 (EDT)[edit]

Swept in from the Wikitravel:Travelers' pub:

There is a lot of material from As there is also a lot of references to edirectory (against ext guide policy) the anon user just might be the copyrigtholder, but I doubt it. Also he renames Learn to Money, etc. --elgaard 10:19, 4 Jul 2005 (EDT)

That's a clear-cut case for reversion. He has to actually say he's the copyright holder in order to do this. It could always be recovered if he says he's the copyright holder. -- Colin 13:20, 4 Jul 2005 (EDT)

See also[edit]

In case someone thinks removing the following relevant links is helpful, please pause to think. Research into what is actually legal for us to copy is necessary. The following are valuable research leads and references. Please do not remove them from this Talk page.

  • Wikitravel uses a Creative Commons copyright while Wikipedia uses a Gnu Free Documentation License. Nevertheless, much relevant and well presented research about copyrights may be found on Wikipedia's copyright and copyright discussion page:
  • Universal Copyright Convention as revised at Paris on 24 July 1971:
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