On 1/26/07, Earle Martin <wikipedia(a)downlode.org> wrote:
On the article [[Rotherhithe Tunnel]], an editor
removed the link to
this video "because the soundtrack is a copyright violation":
It's a video of driving through the tunnel, on top of the audio of
which the maker of the video has sardonically overlaid "Road to Hell"
by Chris Rea, which is faintly amusing.
[[WP:C]], quoted at the top of [[WP:EL]], says: "If you know that an
external Web site is carrying a work in violation of the creator's
copyright, do not link to that copy of the work." Is using music on a
video "a violation of the creator's copyright",
Unless you have permission yes.
or even "a work" in
which the quoted wording was intended to refer to?
Eh probably. Might be able to get the author to give us a copy without
the added soundtrack and we could host it localy.