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There as been some offline discussion around this topic about the copyright of the information obtained from Google that can be used in articles about public art. In short, this project means to follow all laws and rules. This tool makes it very easy and appears to not violate any laws.
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A new copy-paste detection bot is now in general use on English Wikipedia. Come check it out at the EranBot reporting page. This bot utilizes the Turnitin software (ithenticate), unlike User:CorenSearchBot that relies on a web search API from Yahoo. It checks individual edits rather than just new articles. Please take 15 seconds to visit the EranBot reporting page and check a few of the flagged concerns. Comments welcome regarding potential improvements. These likely copyright violations can be searched by WikiProject categories. Use "control-f" to jump to your area of interest (if such a copyvio is present).--Lucas559 (talk) 16:00, 2 July 2015 (UTC)
Cross post - can a sculptor CC license a photo of a traditionally copyrighted artwork?