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Creative Commons Licence

  1. This wiki is non commercial.
  2. All wrongs righted.
  3. Linking is not approval
  4. Opinions are my own, they do not represent my employer, nor any organisations I belong to or support.

More on Copyright

I try to obey the law, which means that there should be no copyrighted material unless permission has been given.  All copyright owners material should be and will be recognised. I do exercise my “fair use/fair dealing” rights, and my rights as a blog publisher, etc.  etc.
I have tried to conduct a search to identify the copyright status and owners of all third party content, but mainly images, to allow me to comply with the copyright restrictions and obligations. In the case of some images, I have been unable to identify the terms and/or owners but since they are already available on the internet, I have either linked or made local copies in order to ensure the long term availability of the image and for performance reasons. A third reasons for storing images is that wordpress’s featured image cannot  function using a remote URL and so I have created a local/cache copy,  possibly resized to permit the image’s use as ‘featured’ image.
Either late 2020 or early 2021, I made unsplash,com my main source of images. This was originally CC0 but they later amended it to CC0 except for the purpose of monetising a collection.  All my unsplash copies meet their licence terms.
I have usually changed the size and/or cropped the pictures; these are not a derived work.
I have used some pictures which are copyright UK Parliament who publish the pictures under Creative Commons and add additional restrictions. I have complied with their terms.


Other peoples material is published under different terms, most importantly, I use the nulis theme, and wordpress which are both published under the terms of the GPL 2.0.
Other legals dealt with on “About this Wiki” page.

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