Den 8. feb. 2007 kl. 12.17 skrev Andre Engels:
2007/2/8, Gunnar René Øie
Because if the fair use claim is valid and strong
commercial re-users can use those fair-use images. Non-commercial and
"Wikipedia only"? Not so.
Can they? The en-wp fair use rationale states that it is valid fair
"On the English-language Wikipedia hosted on servers in the United
the non-profit Wikimedia Foundation."
And when you hack that part away, and deprecate those templates and
rationales that only apply to Wikipedia and non-commercial enteties,
you're left with those that would apply to all re-users in countries
with a similar fair use doctrine as the US.
And what about ND images? If there is an image that is
fair use on
and the rationale is strong enough to allow me to use it, then
would be allowed to use an ND image at the same place.
I assume you mean non-comm.
Yes, that is true, but then you're tagging it as fair use, not as non-