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I wish to ask, can I use a map published in an online news source? How can I tell?

asked 19 Feb '20, 05:30

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In general no (leaving out the fine details and grey areas). Both the original map creator and the news organisation will likely have rights in the material.

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answered 19 Feb '20, 08:40

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Thank you, By the way, I doubt this changes much: https://youtu.be/1LL0T__f6Oo?t=136 is the map.

(19 Feb '20, 23:19) PhysicsArmature
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