In those branches of administration which the king did not himself direct, such for instance as the "fermes" (the public domains
throughout the country on which a revenue was levied), the clerks were to their superior what the clerks of a business-house are to their employer; they learned a science which would one day advance them to prosperity.
fliCharge stated that it had become aware from third-party sources that the self-named "Open Dots Alliance", which states in its website that it was founded by JVIS-USA, has stated incorrectly in its website that "fliCharge released the patents to the public domain
The public domain
remains open at an expensive price which is liberties.
often dispute what falls under the public domain
and what remains
In a 6-2 decision, the Supreme Court ruled that Congress did not violate the First Amendment by taking works in the public domain
and placing them under copyright protection.
When truth comes into the public domain
it brings its own pressure.
The public domain
maps were moved to a normal JP2 folder.
An exception is that if the image was published between 1923 and December 31, 1963 (when there was not an automatic renewal), the image may be in the public domain
if the copyright was not renewed.
The more it is in the public domain
, the more the conversation will be fuelled and fired and it is unfortunate that there are too many incidents getting headlines off the pitch when what we want are more headlines on the pitch.
SUBJECT: Release of Purchase Card Data to the Public Domain
He visited or peered through the barriers surrounding signal intelligence installations, talked with knowledgeable persons, and read widely in the public domain
to form quite a complete picture of a little-understood worldwide operation.
Responding to the high cost of defending fair use, and in the context of a shrinking public domain
, a number of commentators have proposed the establishment of some form of compulsory licensing for works of visual art.