Wikipedia: Reuse Guide


October 25, 2021

Imagine a world where everyone has free access to the totality of human knowledge. We also committed ourselves. - The vision of the Wikimedia Foundation You may copy, distribute, display, display, modify (edit) the textual content of Wikipedia, but only if you agree to when reused, you specify the source of the original work (How?) and in the license statement “attached” to the republished work, you yourself grant similar rights to re-users. (How?) All of these conditions also apply to the revised work. You need to check the terms of use for non-text media files (images, graphics, audio files, videos, etc.) separately. (How?) What does "free encyclopedia" mean? Among other things, it means that Wikipedia waives “traditional” copyright protection, and texts submitted by editors are subject to a so-called free license. However, this does not mean that you can “freely” use the content copied from here as your own. What is a free license? All textual works created by our volunteers may be freely copied, distributed, presented, performed, modified - but only in accordance with the terms of use set forth for the content and set forth in the license. (See terms below.) The retransmission of media files may be subject to different conditions and restrictions. We are happy if you find our work worthwhile for distribution and processing, which is why we do not roll any special legal obstacles in the way of re-use. At the same time, we ask that you abide by our “rules of the game”. We want you to the original work used as a source could be retrieved, if the work of our editors were to be freely licensed even after reuse. What does a free license not mean? A free license does not mean that you can use the texts and parts of the text highlighted here "freely". The work copied from here is not your own, or even becomes so if you rework or expand it. Unfortunately, there are still cases today where someone has copied a Wikipedia article and misunderstood it as a “free encyclopedia,” “free content,” or “free license” as their own work, such as “© Jakab Gipsz, 2021” or "All rights reserved!" or similarly posted on your website or book. This is extremely worrying legally, and it doesn’t shed too good light on the unauthorized copier. We do not consent to such use, precisely in order to preserve the “freedom” of free content. What licenses apply to texts? The texts of the articles are from the Creative Commons non-profit organization Name it! - So pass it on! 3.0 (abbreviated as CC-BY-SA-3.0), which allows anyone to use, modify, and distribute the text - subject to the terms of use set by the Wikimedia Foundation, which operates Wikipedia. What is "CC-BY-SA-3.0"? What does "dual license" mean? The CC-BY-SA license is a free license that allows you to do so if you wish to republish the text of any article on Wikipedia. All we ask is that you name Wikipedia as the source in the appropriate way (How?) And do not (legally) restrict the further use or republishing of the works obtained from them (How?) (Even if you change the work in the meantime). Texts published before June 15, 2009 are published under the GNU Free Documentation License (GFDL). Together, the two licenses are “dual

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