This page is a translated version of the page Copyright and the translation is 68% complete.
Per a la política de Meta, vegeu Meta:Copyrights

The actual legal issues regarding copyright in Wikipedia should be discussed in depth, before starting any major project like a copyright bot.

This file is for the basic questions of copyright itself, under global laws and other national laws likely to apply to wikipedia, e.g. those of the USA.


La Fundació Wikimedia ha exposat alguns principis que tots els projectes han de seguir:

  • Only free content, all text is licensed under a dual-license between the Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike license and the GNU Free Documentation License (with few exceptions such as Wikinews which uses a Creative Commons Attribution license and Wikidata which use CC0 for data).
  • All images must be either free (public domain, GFDL, CC and so on) or, if local policy allows it, uploaded under a fair use claim, see below.
    • Tots els fitxers multimèdia han d’incloure informació de llicència y de procedència, per a permetre verificar-los.
    • Qualssevol continguts no lliures han de tenir una justificació detallada per a la seva utilització.

Ús legítim

Paranoia amb els drets d’autor

The concept of copyright paranoia, users overreacting to sometimes "non-issues" involving copyright and copyright infringement, is an issue in some cases.

Drets morals

Els drets morals formen part de les llicències CC 3.0, acceptades a Commons.

No acceptació del termini de prescripció més curt

Because United States law does not recognize the "Rule of the shorter term", meaning content that should be in the public domain in the United States (but is the case in its source country), has to be judged alongside the United States' complicated rules for the public domain, and can potentially not be usable on Wikimedia projects.

Vegeu també

  • Copyright problems, noticeboard on the English Wikipedia for dealing with potential copyright problems