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On Thu, Feb 14, 2013 at 5:05 AM, Camille Moulin
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CC-By could work, but it's less convenient. And also, it's supposed to be
just correct technical picutres of their products, so I'm not sure they
actually would be copyrightable: proposing them a CC-BY would suggest that
we actually consider them as copytightable (and I'm personnaly against
spreading this idea). CC-0 is more like "we don't think it's copyrightable,
but just in case".

IANAL, but I believe that even reference pictures of objects are
generally considered copyrightable in the US (which is where the two
companies are based). I'm not so familiar with the legal situation in
other countries.

Here's a brief blurb from Wikimedia that seems relevant:


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