Re: [WikiEN-l] Grandmother copyrighted anonymous works

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Re: [WikiEN-l] Grandmother copyrighted anonymous works

Angela-5
> > > And then there's the related case of photographs taken "under
> > > direction" (my camera, my idea, but you held it and pushed the button).
> > I guess such images are fair use if you never asked the person using
> > your camera to license the image.
> Hang on, hang on, wait a second. It is yours. I'm assuming you asked someone to
> take your picture, that person did so, and then handed the camera back to you.
> The understanding is obvious, by common practice. The "release" is given. No?
> Really, are we going just a bit overboard here?

So, would something like {{GFDL-self}} be used for this, or is a new
tag needed? Does Commons have any guidelines on this or is tagging
images you obviously didn't take yourself {{GFDL-self}} common
practice? (cc'ing commons-l)

Angela.
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