[OpenGLAM] Public Domain Review's Class of 2015
sarah.stierch at gmail.com
Thu Dec 18 15:59:58 UTC 2014
There is also quite a discussion happening on the closed (you have to be
approved to subscribe due to various reasons) cultural partnerships
Wikimedia list about Ian Fleming...
His works might only be PD in Canada in 2015. I will forward details as
they come along. Inquiries are being made (one list member has a colleague
at the Fleming library).
This just shows the ongoing complexity of country to country copyright.
For example: if it doesn't meet USA PD guidelines it can't be uploaded to
Wikimedia Commons (the servers are in the USA).
On Dec 18, 2014 5:42 AM, "Pierre Chrzanowski" <pierre.chrzanowski at gmail.com>
> Thank you Adam,
> unfortunately, due to the "*died for France*" clause, Saint Exupery will
> only enter the Public Domain in 1932 in its own Country.
> More info in French here
> On Thu Dec 18 2014 at 1:28:47 PM Adam Green <
> adam.green at publicdomainreview.org> wrote:
>> Hi all just a quick note to say that The Public Domain Review has
>> published its "Class of 2015": top pick of those whose works will enter the
>> public domain next year.
>> Unlike previous years, in addition to the "life plus 70 years" copyright
>> expirations, we've also included the "life plus 50 years".
>> Be great if you could spread the word and, of course, comments welcome!
>> All the best,
>> Adam Green
>> Editor-in-Chief, The Public Domain Review
>> @PublicDomainRev <https://twitter.com/PublicDomainRev>
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