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Wikipedia:Copyright violations - Wikipedia Page semi-protected Wikipedia:Copyright violationsFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia  (Redirected from Wikipedia:COPYVIO )"Wikipedia:CV" redirects here. For courtesy vanishing, see Wikipedia:Courtesy vanishing . For the policy on personal webpages, see Wikipedia:NOTCV .

One of the most important aspects of Wikipedia is that its text (not media, but that will be discussed shortly) may be freely redistributed, reused and built upon by anyone, under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License (CC BY-SA) and, except where otherwise noted, the GNU Free Documentation License (GFDL) (unversioned, with no invariant sections, front-cover texts, or back-cover texts). Contributors agree to release their original content under both licenses when they submit it, and material from public domain sources or other compatibly licensed sources may also be used in accordance with the copyright policy , provided correct attribution is given.

However, copying material without the permission of the copyright holder from sources that are not public domain or compatibly licensed (unless it's a brief quotation used in accordance with Wikipedia's non-free content policy and guideline ) is likely to be a copyright violation . Even inserting text copied with some changes can be a copyright violation if there is substantial linguistic similarity in creative language or sentence structure; this is known as close paraphrasing , which can also raise concerns about plagiarism . Such situations should be treated seriously, as copyright violations not only harm Wikipedia's redistributability, but also create legal issues.

The situation for images and other media is slightly different, as a wider variety of licenses is accepted. But, in short, media which is not available under a suitable free license and which does not meet the non-free content criteria , should be assumed to be unacceptable. See Wikipedia:Image use policy and Wikipedia:Non-free content for details of this and Wikipedia:Guide to image deletion for some suggested steps for handling problems with images or other files.

Copyright infringing material should also not be linked to .

ContentsDealing with copyright violations Policy shortcut WP:DCV See also: Wikipedia:Text Copyright Violations 101

Handling of suspected violations of copyright policy depends on the particulars of a given case.

Other websites copying Wikipedia

If you suspect a copyright violation but are uncertain if the content is copyrighted or whether the external site is copying from Wikipedia, you should at least bring up the issue on that page's discussion page , if it is active. In that case, please tag the page {{ copypaste |url=insert URL here, if known}} , unless your concerns are swiftly resolved. Others can then examine the situation and take action if needed. The most helpful piece of information you can provide is a URL or other reference to what you believe may be the source of the text. You may also make a note of your concerns at Wikipedia:Copyright problems .

Some cases will be false alarms. For example, text that can be found elsewhere on the Web that was in fact copied from Wikipedia in the first place is not a copyright violation – at least not on Wikipedia's part. In these cases, it is a good idea to make a note of the situation on the discussion page.

Contributor is copyright holder

Also, if the contributor is the copyright holder of the text, even if it is published elsewhere under different terms, they have the right to post it here under CC BY-SA and GFDL without violating copyright, so long as they provide a suitable release to the world under Wikipedia's licenses or a free license that is compatible with them. (Text may, however, still be unsuitable for Wikipedia for another reason.) A copyright holder cannot both retain non-free copyright elsewhere over their content, and license it for one-time use here with their permission, because Wikipedia's licensing scheme requires that its readers and end users be able to reuse the content under the free license notice that is posted at the bottom of every page. The procedures for donation of non-free copyrighted material by its release is described at Wikipedia:Donating copyrighted materials . Until the donation process is complete the article should be replaced with {{ subst:copyvio |url=insert URL here}} . Similarly, if they can verify compatible license through a notice at the external site or can prove that the content is public domain , this is not a copyright violation. A note explaining the situation should be made on the talk page (including, if there is a release, the URL of where the release can be found; permission conveyed through e-mail must be confirmed through the procedure at Wikipedia:Requesting copyright permission ) and proper attribution given on the article's face. See guidance on attribution for sources under copyleft or released into public domain .

Parts of article violate copyright

If you have strong reason to suspect a violation of copyright policy and some, but not all, of the content of a page appears to be a copyright infringement, then the infringing content should be removed with the source url in the edit summary if possible. Revision deletion should then be requested by placing {{ copyvio-revdel }} on the article page or directly contacting an administrator on their talk page. Administrators may at their discretion unilaterally revision delete copyrighted content. A note explaining the removal may also be made on the discussion page, along with the original source, if known. {{ subst:Cclean |url=insert URL or description of source here (optional)}} has been created for this. If the copyright holder's permission is later obtained, the text may be restored.

All of article violates copyright

If all of the content of a page appears to be a copyright infringement or removing the problem text is not an option because it would render the article unreadable, check the page history ; if an older non-infringing version of the page exists, you should revert the page to that version. A revert that only removes infringing material does not violate the three-revert rule .

If there is no such older version, you may be able to re-write the page from scratch, but failing that, the page will normally need to be deleted . In limited circumstances, administrators may delete obvious copyright violations on sight; see the relevant section of the speedy deletion policy . Contributors may list pages that meet these conditions for deletion using the {{ db-copyvio }} template.

If the criteria for speedy deletion do not apply, and you believe that there are reasons that the text should be rewritten instead of removed, you should blank the article or the appropriate section with the {{ subst:copyvio |url=insert URL here}} template, and list the page at Wikipedia:Copyright problems ; see instructions . This will give interested contributors a week to verify permission for the text or propose a rewrite. If, after a week, the page still appears to be a copyright infringement and no usable rewrite is proposed, it may be deleted by any administrator or reduced to a non-infringing stub.

Addressing contributors

If you can identify the contributor of the content, please notify them of Wikipedia's Wikimedia:Terms of Use and copyright policies. When an article has been tagged for speedy deletion or masked for copyright investigation, the tag will display a template that can be used for this purpose. You can also use the templates posted at Wikipedia:Template messages/User talk namespace .

If a contributor has already been clearly warned of copyright infringement but carried on, you may want to seek advice from an administrator familiar with copyright policies or report it for administrator attention at the administrators' incidents noticeboard . You may also want to open a request at Wikipedia:Contributor copyright investigations .

Contributors who repeatedly post copyrighted material despite appropriate warning may be blocked from editing by any administrator to prevent further problems. Contributors who have extensively violated copyright policy by uploading many copyrighted files or placing copyrighted text into numerous articles may be blocked without warning for the protection of the project. These blocks are usually indefinite, pending satisfactory assurances that infringement will not continue. In extreme cases administrators may impose conditions before unblocking, such as helping with cleanup by disclosing the sources they used. If contributors have been shown to have a history of extensive copyright violation, it may be assumed that all of their major contributions are likely to be copyright violations, and they may be removed indiscriminately. See Wikipedia:Contributor copyright investigations .

Information for copyright owners

If you are a copyright owner or represent a copyright owner, and you believe that Wikipedia is infringing your copyright, we can assist you best via e-mail. You may contact info-en-c@ wikimedia.org with an informal request; please cite the exact URL (the "address" or "location" of the page as shown by your web browser, beginning with https://en.wikipedia.org/ ...), and provide enough information to substantiate your claim of copyright ownership. Be aware that correspondence is answered by a small number of volunteers, and an immediate reply may not be possible.

If you prefer to use the process of a formal OCILLA request, you should send it to the Wikimedia Foundation's designated agent .

If you are a copyright owner who would like to license their content for reuse, please see Wikipedia:Donating copyrighted materials .

ResourcesPolicies, guidelines and information pages Wikipedia:Copy-paste : an information page with a simple explanation of Wikipedia's various copyright policies Wikipedia:Cv101 : a simple guide to addressing copyright problems Wikipedia:Copyrights : official copyright policy Wikipedia:FAQ/Copyright : FAQ explaining various aspects of copyright policy Wikipedia:Non-free content : policy and guideline on including non-free content Wikipedia:Public domain : guideline on identifying public domain content Wikipedia:Mirrors and forks : information on what to do if another source is misusing Wikipedia's content Wikipedia:Copying within Wikipedia : guideline on copying content from one Wikipedia page to another Wikipedia:Plagiarism : guideline on plagiarism Wikipedia:Guide to image deletion : an overview of various processes for handling problem files Wikipedia:Donating copyrighted materials : information on how to donate copyrighted materials you own Wikipedia:Requesting copyright permission : information on how to request permission from copyright holdersNoticeboards Wikipedia:Copyright problems : the board for reporting problem articles Wikipedia:Contributor copyright investigations : the board for requesting investigation of serial infringers Wikipedia:Files for discussion : the board for reviewing usage of non-free files and their copyright status Wikipedia:External links/Noticeboard : the board for reviewing the appropriateness of external links Wikipedia:Media copyright questions : the board for asking questions about Wikipedia's media copyright guidelines and policiesOther resources Wikipedia:WikiProject Copyright Cleanup : a Wikipedia project for copyright cleanup Category:Wikipedia administrators willing to investigate copyright matters : a list of administrators who have self-identified as being willing to help users with copyright concerns. Signpost dispatch on plagiarism Wikipedia:Plagiarism of Wikipedia and Plagiarism from Wikipedia Shortcut WP:CVTOOLS Duplication Detector – A tool used to compare any two web pages to identify text which has been copied from one to the other. Either, neither, or both pages may be current or old revisions of a Wikipedia article. CopyPatrol – A tool which analyses every new edit for copyright violation and shows an easy comparison view for cross-checking the copyright violation. It is a work-in-progress at the moment. Earwig's Copyvio Detector – searches the web for copyvio on the page using Google and the links present on the page. User:Enterprisey/cv-revdel – user script to fill out Template:Copyvio-revdel with source URL and edits to be revision deleted.Templates{{ backwardscopy }}: template used on talk page to provide notice of reverse copying{{ copyvio }}: replaces the page with a copyright violation banner{{ db-copyvio }}: tags a copyright violation page for speedy deletion{{ copy-paste }}: adds notice to a page that the contents may be a copyright violation{{ copyvioel }}: places a banner that the page may contain external links to copyright violations{{ copyvio link }}: inline citation to tag a specific external link which may go to a copyright violation{{ Copyright violation }}: inline citation to tag a specific sentence that may contain a copyright violation{{ cclean }}: template used on talk page to provide notice of removed copyrighted content{{ copyvio-revdel }}: template used on article page to request Revision deletion of portions of an article's history (see template documentation){{ Uw-copyright }}: template used on contributor talk page to alert to removal (not tagged deletion) of copyrighted text{{ Uw-copyright-new }}: welcome message with detailed copyright information for inexperienced contributors of copyrighted text{{ Uw-copying }}: template used on contributor talk page to alert to process for copying content from one Wikipedia article to another{{ dual }}: a template used on an article's face to note the import of text under CC BY-SA and GFDL evidence should be documented at the talk page of the article, unless the license is clear at the source{{ CCBYSASource }}: a template used on an article's face to note the import of text under CC BY-SA only evidence should be documented at the talk page of the article, unless the license is clear at the source Retrieved from " https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Wikipedia:Copyright_violations&oldid=998565269 " Categories : Wikipedia policies Wikipedia legal policies Wikipedia copyright violations Hidden categories: Wikipedia semi-protected project pages Navigation menuPersonal toolsNot logged in Talk Contributions Create account Log in Namespaces Project page Talk VariantsViews Read View source View history MoreSearch
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