"Work for hire" means CBS International is the copyright owner rather than
the person who took the photograph or who's in it.
If it has not been released under a free license by the copyright owner it
can be deleted.
On 5/4/06, Anthony DiPierro <wikilegal(a)inbox.org> wrote:
On 5/3/06, Guy Chapman aka JzG <guy.chapman(a)spamcop.net> wrote:
SPUI has repeatedly tagged
as a copyvio of http://www.cbsintl.com/people.htm
. I refused to
speedy it on that basis, so SPUI blanked it and added the copyvio
Sbekele self-identifies as Sophia Bekele, CEO of
Looking at user contributions, I don't see this to be the case. Was
there a deleted edit you're referring to?
and therefore presumably the copyright owner.
The copyright owner of that website is more likely to be CBS
International. The website is most likely a work for hire.
this is user space, and the content is an "about us" bio, not
commercial content, I think that blanking and deletion are a bit
excessive. On the other hand, copyright is copyright I guess. What
does the panel think?
Who's "the panel"?
What I think is that you're both arguing over something completely
pointless. It's just a user page.
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