On 24/12/2010 12:56 PM, Elias Friedman wrote:
> The new policy is still too restrictive for commons:
> "...we do insist that all images personally shot be used ONLY for personal 
> reference. They cannot be published for commercial use."

They can say that, but why would anyone have to listen?  On what authority
do they purport to restrict what you do with the photos once you take them?
If the objects you photograph are not themselves copyright, then the
copyright on the photos belongs to you.

Zev Sero                      The trouble with socialism is that you
z...@sero.name                 eventually run out of other people’s money
                                                      - Margaret Thatcher

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