My opinion on X-rays.  If done in private property, it is subject to
personality rights, and if in a public area, then it can be copyrighted by
the the person who took the X-ray.  Ebe123


On 2012-08-20 5:17 PM, "Sage Ross" <ragesoss+wikipe...@gmail.com> wrote:

> On Mon, Aug 20, 2012 at 4:04 PM, Nathan <nawr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
>> It's relevant for Wikipedia, at least. I don't think the projects take a
>> view on whether someone is risking their job or following institutional
>> policies.
> 
> Right. But it's worth mentioning... especially if the projects did
> take the view that the images were public domain.
> 
>> It's also worth noting that your description is of the process
>> for publishing medical data (as a general category) at an academic medical
>> institution, the sort that has an IRB.
> 
> Yep. But it might actually be relatively easy to get good sets of
> medical images by working through those kinds of systems, and that
> could work regardless of the copyright status of the images.
> 
> -Sage
> 
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