[OpenGLAM] Public Domain Review's Class of 2015
pierre.chrzanowski at gmail.com
Thu Dec 18 16:05:01 UTC 2014
and of course you will all have corrected, Saint Exupery will enter French
Public Domain in 2032, not 1932.
*Time goes fast ...*
On Thu Dec 18 2014 at 4:59:59 PM Sarah Stierch <sarah.stierch at gmail.com>
> 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> wrote:
>> 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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