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Tu maza Jeev nominated for deletion
File:Tu Maza jeev movie.jpg Dear sir I believe that the image doesnot contain any copyright as I have been given the image by the producer of the film and he has no objection on it so I request u to remove deletion tag on it. The file on IMDb has been uploaded by me only so please cooperate Tiven2240 (talk) 01:43, 13 December 2016 (UTC)
- Hi Tiven2240. Wikimedia Commons only accepts files which are in the public domain or which are clearly freely licensed. The original copyright holder has to agree to freely license the image for not only you to use, not only for Wikipedia to use, but for anyone anywhere in the world to use at anytime for any reason including commercial purposes. Please read COM:Fair use and COM:OTRS#If you are NOT the copyright holder and ask the producer of the film to complete a declaration of consent and email it to
firstname.lastname@example.org proper verification. File's which are deleted are not really gone forever, but rather are only hidden from public view; therefore, there is no need for you to reupload the image again. Once Commons OTRS has verified that the file has been properly licensed, an administrator will "undelete" the file so that it is visible once again. If you have any further questions about this, feel free to ask for help at COM:OTRSN or COM:VP/C.
- Finally, there are three notifications of uploading copyrighted images on your user talk page. Image licensing can be tricky and Commons administrators will delete any file whose licensing does not clearly comply with relevant policy per COM:PCP. It's OK to make mistakes, but if your uploads continue to be deleted as copyright violations, then your account is going to eventually be blocked by an administrator. So, I think it would be a good idea for you to ask for assistance at COM:VP/C before uploading any more files unless you are absolutely sure that they are in the public domain or that they satisfies Commons' licensing requirements. -- Marchjuly (talk) 04:16, 13 December 2016 (UTC)