Works are in the public domain if they are not covered by intellectual property rights, such as copyright, at all, or if the intellectual property rights to the works has expired.
by Ronald E Franklin2 years ago
Who owns the copyright to a POW id card image?I'm planning a hub about a man who was held as a POW by the Germans in WW2. When his prison camp was liberated, he went to the office and picked up his ID card, which he...
by ruthwalker4 years ago
Hi there, joined HP a little while ago but only just got round to writing my first hub. It is going to be an historical piece but seem to be spending most of my time trying to find who owns copyright to the images I...
by David Hunt5 years ago
How do websites get away with attaching rights to images that were/are in the public domain?I've seen images on various websites that have "rights reserved" or "licensing required" and yet some are...
by TerriDuLong7 years ago
Do you happen to know if Thoreau's quotes are in the public domain for an author to use in fiction?
by Celina Martin4 years ago
Just wondering, is it necessary to mention source link while using photos from search engines. And, if I do will it be beneficial for my hub or not?
by imgreencat7 years ago
I spent quite a while collecting some public domain photos that I thought I could use for my subjects of interest. I burned them to a disc, and I'm able to view them in my documents as well as off the disc. ...
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