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Copyright problem: Sue Mingus
Hello, and welcome to Wikipedia! We welcome and appreciate your contributions, such as Sue Mingus, but we regretfully cannot accept copyrighted text or images borrowed from either web sites or printed material. This article appears to be a copy from http://mingusmingusmingus.com/SueMingus/, and therefore a copyright violation. While you assert original authorship and public domain at the article's talk site, unfortunately, the linked page bears a copyright notice. The copyrighted text has been or will soon be deleted.
If you are the creator of the original material and choose to release the content freely under the GNU Free Documentation License (GFDL) then you should do one of the following:
- Place a note on the original website stating that re-use is permitted under the GFDL or that the material is released into the public domain. Leave a note at Talk:Sue Mingus with a link to where we can find that note.
- Send an e-mail from an address associated with the original publication to permissions-en(at)wikimedia(dot)org or a postal message to the Wikimedia Foundation permitting re-use under the GFDL, and note that you have done so on Talk:Sue Mingus.
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Copyright problem follow-up: Sue Mingus
Since we do not yet have verification of permission by the processes set out above, the article has been deleted. This deletion is not necessarily permanent. If you have already sent a letter to the Wikimedia Foundation permitting re-use under the GFDL, the article will be restored when that letter is received and processed by the Communications Committee. Likewise, if you have not yet sent a letter, you may certainly do so at any point, and the article will be restored when that letter is received and processed.
As Wikipedia does not require proof of identity on account creation, it is essential that we receive external proof of authorization in order to ensure that we remain compliant with US Copyright law. It is also essential that we verify that copyright holders understand the extent of the release they are authorizing, in that GNU Free documentation license permits modification and reuse in any forum, even commercial publication, as long as authorship credit is maintained.
If you have questions about the verification procedure, please feel free to contact me at my talk page. Alternatively, you might address them at the talk page of the copyright policy, which is generally monitored by volunteers experienced in processing such matters. Thank you.--Moonriddengirl (talk) 00:31, 1 October 2008 (UTC)