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Template:PD-Syria

Public domain This work was created in Syria and is now in the public domain there because its term of copyright has expired pursuant to the provisions of Law No. 12/2001, Syria's first ever copyright law.[1] In order to be hosted on Commons, all works must be in the public domain in the United States as well as in their source country. Syrian works are currently in the public domain in the United States if their copyright had expired in Syria on the date of restoration (June 11, 2004).[2]
Type of material Copyright has expired in both Syria and the U.S. if ...
 A  Photographs or works of fine arts or works of plastic arts: created prior to 1994
 B  Audio-visual, broadcast, televised or cinematographic works not offered to the public with the author's consent within 50 years of creation: created prior to 1954
 C  Audio-visual, broadcast, televised or cinematographic works offered to the public with the author's consent within 50 years of creation: offered to the public prior to 1954
 D  Official documents1: no conditions
 E  Other works (neither A, B, C nor D) with an identifiable author: the creator died before 1954
 F  Other works (neither A, B, C nor D) that are either anonymous or pseudonymous: first published prior to 1954

1 includes laws, decrees, regulations, international agreements, judicial judgements, decisions of the administrative authorities and all other official documents and the official translation thereof.

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