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Hey! Sorry I don´t know how to handle this correctly .. You marked both pictutes with: Copyright violation: Copyright © 2012 HAMBURG RECORDS - ARTIST DEVELOPMENT... Thats right, but we are Part of Hamburg Records and want to get the Pics to Wikipedia, so we declare the source (Hamburg Records) and the author (Flo V. Schwarz).. What can we do now? Thanks!
Pictures about Alexandre Cougnaud
Regarding the two files you deleted I have the permission to upload them on Wikimedia Commons. Alexandre Cougnaud himself bought the photos and gave them to me to put them on Wikipedia. I am going to upload them again, so please don't ask again for their deletion. Thanks.
Files concerned : File:F3 Open Podium Race 2 Barcelona 2013.jpg File:Cougnaud 2012 Castellet.jpg
Deletion of Photo submitted for Carl Williams
I understand a photo submitted from my account was deleted because of a claimed copyright violation.
I am, (James Theodore Tillis), aka James Quick Tillis, aka The Fighting Cowboy.
The other day, my company (TEAM TILLIS) submitted a photo of Carl Williams, selected from my personal collection for his page.. I fought Carl, he was a friend of mine, we thought he deserved a photo.
I find it ironic that my submission was rejected/removed because it was taken from the internet.
After a 28 year Boxing career, I have 8 suitcases of photos from boxing. Many have been scanned and either shared on my Face Book page or posted in other social media... ultimately ending up on the internet.
I'd like to suggest that Wiki require confirmation of identity when a page is first created, to eliminate random challenges on legitimate people.
In closing,aside from my personal wiki page, there will be no further edits or submissions offered for any of my friends or associates in the Boxing Community... the feedback received in the last few days... shows "No Good Deed Goes Unpunished"
- Unfortunately, we have had imposters in the past claim to be someone when putting images up. Your idea is valid - if you're claiming to be a specific person. Last I saw the English Wikipedia did have that very policy - see EN:WP:REALNAME. In any case, I believe you have been directed to OTRS to handle the licensing issue on the images. If not, let me know and I can certainly help you out. Tabercil (talk) 22:56, 29 August 2014 (UTC)
Hi, pictures of Disney that I posted does not violate the rights of the corporation. I added an assignment when I posted the pictures; Disney allows the use of posters, that is not for commercial purposes. Are within the law of wikipedia. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Bya97 (talk • contribs) 10:57, September 21, 2014 (UTC)
- Do you have proof of that?? We simply can't take your word with regards to your statement. And besides, Commons requires that all images uploaded to it be available for all uses, including commercial so as to maximize the potential reuse of its contents. Tabercil (talk) 15:01, 21 September 2014 (UTC)
- So you did not read the laws of wikipedia. She says that images allowed by the corporation, including those which are not for commercial purposes are allowed: (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Template:Attribution)
And another point: Are posters, qualifies as fair use under United States copyright law. Posters are images released by the company, to publicize their work, and are used in every part of the globe. Of course, that your use is free as long as it is not modified. According to your logic of thinking, we have to take all the posters of the Lion King scattered in the streets, because they hurt corporate rights ¬¬ You are intransigent