[Foundation-l] precisions about the recent WMF "fair use" decision

Alphax (Wikipedia email) alphasigmax at gmail.com
Mon Feb 12 08:48:28 UTC 2007

geni wrote:
> On 2/11/07, David Strauss <david at fourkitchens.com> wrote:
>> Not only do I agree, but I believe a similar issue surrounds fair use.
>> Accusations of U.S. centrism are indefensible when they're based on
>> restrictive laws in non-U.S. countries.
>> Now, that doesn't mean there aren't practical advantages to
>> accommodating other countries' needs, but the lack of doing so is hardly
>> "U.S. centrism."
> The problem with that is the logical end point of that position is the
> move the foundation and servers to Iran.

We'd have to remove all the images of people.

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