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Ceci est une liste de mauvaises sources : des sources qui peuvent sembler au premier abord utilisables sur Commons, mais qui se révèlent inadéquates ou contradictoires lorsqu'elles sont examinées de plus près. Les fichiers issus d'une de ces sources, quelle qu'elle soit, devraient être signalées avec les modèles {{subst:nld}} ("pas de licence") ou {{subst:npd}} ("pas de permission"). Cela les placera dans la sous-catégorie appropriée de Category:Unknown.

Liste de sources inadéquates[edit]

Beeld en Geluid wiki[edit]

Annonce {{cc-by-sa-3.0-nl}} pour certaines captures d'écran sans en posséder les droits.

Drapeaux du monde[edit]

Suis une politique de copyright contenant de multiples conditions inacceptables :
  • …utiliser l'œuvre à dessein non-commercial et non-politique uniquement
  • si vous distribuez nos œuvres autrement que par Internet (par ex. disquettes ou CD-ROM), vous ne pouvez vendre ces supports
  • vous limitez votre usage à un maximum de 5% des images ou contenu du site
Ne téléversez aucune image de ce site, à moins de fournir une raison valable ((exemple)

www.fotodatenbank.com[edit]

Les conditions d'utilisation sont restrictives :
  • Les images ne doivent pas être proposées en téléchargement (ailleurs) sur Internet (allemand : "Die Bilder dürfen nicht im Internet zum Download angeboten werden").
  • Les images ne doivent pas être incluses dans (d'autres) collections d'images (allemand : "Die Bilder dürfen nicht in Bildersammlungen einverleibt werden").
Il s'agit de 2 raisons parmi les plus claires indiquant que cette source n'est pas utilisable sur Commons.

GM Média Photos en ligne[edit]

Annonce licencier ses images en CC BY 3.0, mais ajoute de multiples autres conditions telles que :
L'usage de ces images à des fins publicitaires, promotionnelles ou commerciales de toute autre sorte est interdit. Ces images peuvent être retaillées, mais ne peuvent être altérées d'une quelconque autre façon, et doivent chacune porter la mention d'attribution "© GM Corp."
Despite the text of the license they linked to from their page, their intent is quite clearly to allow a non-commercial, no-derivatives attribution license, which is not acceptable on the Commons. Whether linking to the CC-BY license would invalidate these stated restrictions is a finer legal point than we are qualified to deal with; furthermore, even if this would lean in our favor, it is also good form to respect the intent of copyright holders, rather than try and catch them out on legal technicalities like this.
(On a related note, there are GM media pages such as this Chevrolet Austria video page which mentions "© Creative Commons Attribution 3.0" but which instead links to the CC-BY-NC 3.0 license.)

IMFDB[edit]

While the site ( http://imfdb.org ) clearly has an overall wiki-inspired design and mechanics that leads many to believe it conforms to the same GFDL or CC-BY-SA or free content licensing as Commons, that is NOT the case in reality. The problem is twofold:
1. The photos taken by the site's admin (MPM2008) are certainly not freely licensed, and this author is known to go to great length to protect his copyrights. Also, it should be noted that not all of his photos carry any watermark and/or any copyright notice. These are certainly not suitable for Commons.
2. On the other hand, the site's admins are very lax concerning other people's copyrights-while some files ARE really PD or freely licensed, most (excluding MPM2008's works) are grabbed from random sources (like press images or similar) and in most cases WITHOUT any attribution. It is also a common practice there to overwrite PD or freely licensed files with NON-free files of larger resolution while leaving the former file's attribution notice intact, causing users to believe the new file is also free, when in fact that is not the case...
Either way, these files seem 100% unsuitable for uploading here.

Morguefile.com[edit]

This site's license prohibits selling, licensing, sublicensing, renting, transfering or distributing of images without alterations. But modified images are free (including using for commercial purposes and using without attributing the original author). However, there is no information, if the license is revocable.

Mynewsdesk.com[edit]

  • Mynewsdesk.com is a site for marketers and promotional uploaders. Its default license is a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license, but this is not adequately understood by their uploaders, who frequently post images for which they do not own the rights to release under the Creative Commons license. Consensus is to avoid using the site.

Netherlands Ministry of Defence[edit]

Per Commons:Deletion requests/Incorrect PD Netherlands (government works), commercial usage of the images at this site is not allowed. Therefore, though they may seem to be allowable here as government work, they do not fall within Commons scope per COM:SCOPE#Non-allowable licence terms.

Official PSD[edit]

"A community of graphic artists creating and sharing free raw image files!" - that's the slogan. The website is intended as non-commercial but they also allow for cc-by licensing. Regrettably they take their slogan's "creating" with a grain of salt. For example, Vince-Carter-Magic-PSD32033 (and all images shown as related images) are taken from elsewhere, published on other websites. The EXIF of this image states "Copyright Notice: Copyright 2009 NBAE (Photo by Fernando Medina/NBAE via Getty Images)". linksearch

Photobucket.com[edit]

Appears to consist mostly of uploads by people who do not have the authority to license the copyrights in them, or release the content into the public domain. The website also does not retain good sourcing metadata. Clause 6.1 of the Terms of Use Agreement (last reviewed on ) allows uploaders to mark their files as private or to delete them, which is declared to have the effect of terminating the license for reuse of the files by other people.

Pixelquelle.de[edit]

As with fotodatenbank.com, the usage conditions [1] are restrictive:
  • Images can be used (...) excluding collections of images or similar where PixelQuelle.de images can be downloaded or bought. (original: (...) "Ausgeschlossen hiervon sind Bilddatenbanken, Bildkataloge oder ähnliche, bei denen PixelQuelle.de Fotos zum Download oder Verkauf angeboten werden.")

www.publico.es[edit]

Les contenus dont ils sont les auteurs originaux sont placés sous licence CC-by-nc-nd, c'est-à-dire qu'ils ne peuvent faire l'objet ni d'une utilisation commerciale ni d'un travail dérivé. Cette licence n'est pas acceptable sur Commons.

Seebeforeyoudie.net[edit]

Although Seebeforeyoudie will gladly give you a free release for the images on their site, they don't actually have the right to do that. Seebeforeyoudie accepts open submissions from the Internet, and doesn't require their users to agree to any license at upload. They do not even appear to make an effort to ensure that the uploader is the copyright holder. As such any claim that they make about their images being freely licensed is inaccurate at best.

skyscrapercity.com[edit]

Skyscrapercity (sometimes referred to as SSC) is a forum to which users upload images (often original content, sometimes copyright violations from Flickr etc). No free licensing is required for uploads, so unless compatible licensing is explicitly declared in the forum, or the image is public domain due to age, an OTRS email from the copyright holder is required.

Stock.Xchng[edit]

Voir aussi Commons:Stock.xchng images.

Les images provenant de Stock.xchng (sxc.hu) ne sont pas admises sur Wikimedia Commons, sauf si elles sont explicitement placées sous une licence libre acceptable. Ces permissions sont préférablement enregistrées par l'OTRS. Toutes les images de Stock.xchng qui ne sont pas explicitement placées sous une licence libre acceptable font l'objet d'une suppression rapide depuis le 1er juillet 2007. Voir Commons:Deletion requests/Template:Sxc-warning et Template:Sxc-warning pour plus d'information.

Laboratoires national des ÉTATS-UNIS[edit]

Although these are commonly assumed to be projects of the Federal Government of the United States, they are actually operated by government contractors and reserve copyrights on their works. Specifically, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory does not allow their images to be "used for commercial purposes"[2] and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory states that "permission to reproduce may be required."[3] Other national laboratories may have different terms with may or may not be compatible with Commons licensing policy.

Nouvelles du Monde[edit]

The site claims images are in the PD, even though they are copyrighted. See also Commons:Deletion requests/File:773ER Pakistan.jpg.

Stades du monde[edit]

The site claims that you can use any of its images (which are watermarked) as long as references are made to their site.[4] It also does not explicitly allow free modifications of the image, which supposedly means no one can remove their watermark. The key point is that none of the pictures hosted on World Stadiums can be determined to be free of copyright. They do not attribute the authors of the pictures. Most of their photos are copyright violations (taken from forums, official sites, scans of magazines and newspapers, etc): cropped and resized copies of copyrighted images. Others are resized versions of images licensed under Creative Commons ShareAlike, but World Stadiums do not attribute the licensors as required by the license.

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