Talk:London Convention on the Prevention of Marine Pollution by Dumping of Wastes and Other Matter

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I thought US govt text was not Copyvio?

Yeah, there's something odd going on here. I missed the initial copyvio notice or I would have spoken up earlier. I copied the source text for this article from a NOAA site and an EPA site, URLs listed in the edit summaries. Both are US federal agencies and neither page has copyright information, so I'm 99% sure these things are public domain. I'm reverting the page until someone explains why they think these things aren't. Bryan 07:13, 29 Mar 2005 (UTC)
Couldn't find the copyright either on the NOS/NOAA site; so I thought safer to assume copyrighted material. The site greennature.com has the same material, so keeping it might be no problem.--J heisenberg 10:12, 29 Mar 2005 (UTC)
Ah, just differing default assumptions for the "copyright info omitted on U.S. federal page" case, then. I was worried you'd come across something more definitive, in which case I might be in trouble on other pages I probably copied from those sources too (and would have a heck of a time hunting down again after all this time since I barely remember what I was doing back then :). I suppose I should add those links in a "references" section at the bottom of the page instead of just relying on the history of edit summaries to hold them, hopefully it'll make it easier to sort things out if a clearer copyright issue comes up. Other than that, though, I'm feeling pretty confident that these sources are indeed public domain. Bryan 00:46, 30 Mar 2005 (UTC)

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