In addition, this content will enter the economic circulation and become a reliable support for Russian business. Authors of programs and sites, publishers of books and magazines, designers and decorators, creators of mobile applications – all of them will receive the widest supply of military content that is necessary for patriotic work with customers.
However, there is also a danger
However, some lawyers point to a mine planted here. The point is that newspapers – as a rule – do not own the copyright for their materials. The issues of Soviet newspapers consisted not only of their own articles and photographs. On the pages were printed materials sent by non-staff authors, and signed photographs of TASS, and advertising texts, and letters from front-line soldiers, and literary works of poets and writers.
Unfortunately, the officials did not explain how the issues with the heirs of non-staff authors and with news agencies were settled.
Whether it is possible to trust the free license from Komsomolskaya Pravda JSC in these points remains a mystery.
So, more and more commercial media are moving to a free license. We invite everyone on this wonderful and useful path.
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