Il giorno 08/feb/07, alle ore 11:17, Mark Wagner ha scritto:
Read it again. Fair use is pemitted for "some
historically important photographs and significant modern artworks,
that we can not realistically expect to be released under a free
content license, but that are hard to discuss in an educational
context without including the media itself." Maybe one fair-use image
in twenty on the English Wikipedia meets these criteria. The rest are
used for simple visual identification of the subject of the article,
or to make the article look prettier. It is, for example, quite
possible to discuss the Beatles' album "Let It Be" without showing the
cover art, yet the article on En has seven different images of album
The problem is that: stated that clarify once for all what's fair use
and what's not is impossible, fair use are going to remain "vita
natural durante" (forever and ever) on en.wiki.
Are we thinking that every single image is going to be discuss if
"acceptable fair use" or not? Unreal.