When as part of an EDP the option of "Fair use" is kept open, the
specifics of this have to comply with the US law and with the laws that
are prevalent for the country/countries that use the language. This
means for instance that for French, not only the French but also the
Belgian law has to be considered for the EDP.
Delphine Ménard schreef:
On 2/22/07, Gerard Meijssen
When material is used with a "Fair Use" argumentation, the license that
this material would otherwise be available under is irrelevant.
Well, not if it's a free license. (yeah, I know... ;-))
material could even have a commercial license. The claim of Fair Use
trumps any license restriction. When someone wants to re-publish
Wikipedia, the same claim of Fair Use should apply. This is why it has
to conform to the laws of the US and the local law(s).
I'm sorry, I do not understand what you are trying to say here.
What local laws? When? How?