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- "Gone with the Wind" has been in the public domain in Australia since 1999 (50 years after Margaret Mitchell's death).
- Leoncavallo had started his work first, and he and his music publisher claimed to have "priority" on the subject (although Murger's work was in the public domain).
- The film was released numerous times in the VHS format, mostly as videos from bargain basement studios that featured the edited TV version (which was wrongly assumed to be in the public domain for many years), while PolyGram and 4 Front released the unedited version of the film in 1992 and 1998, respectively.
- Since it was a work created by the US federal government, a copyright cannot be placed on the source code, making the source code in the public domain.
- Software that is not covered by copyright law, such as software in the public domain, is free as long as the source code is in the public domain too, or otherwise available without restrictions.
- The novel, which is in the public domain, has been adapted for film over 30 times, and its characters have made numerous appearances in virtually all media.
- Arkham House owns the copyright to many Smith stories, though some are now in the public domain.
- In the United States, all books and other works, except for sound recordings, published before 1926 have expired copyrights and are in the public domain.
- His "Software Tools" series spread the essence of "C/Unix thinking" with makeovers for BASIC, FORTRAN, and Pascal, and most notably his "Ratfor" (rational FORTRAN) was put in the public domain.
- The song is in the public domain, and has many adaptations around the world, including the "Alphabet song" and "Baa, Baa, Black Sheep".
- The original music and 1908 lyrics of the song are now in the public domain in the United States (worldwide copyright remains until 70 years after the composers' deaths), but the copyright to the revised 1927 lyrics remains in effect.
- In 2020, although the United States court ruling and the passage of time meant that most of the Holmes stories and characters were in the public domain in that country, the Doyle estate legally challenged the use of Sherlock Holmes in the film "Enola Holmes" in a complaint filed in the United States.
- Fifty-five episodes of the series are in the public domain (all 36 season-one episodes and 19 season-two episodes), because Orion Television, successor to Filmways, neglected to renew their copyrights.
- Most of the items in its collection are the full texts of books or individual stories in the public domain.
- Because these patterns are in the public domain, this allows multiple card manufacturers to recreate them.
- The painting was purchased by Lord Houghton, the first biographer of Keats; although it was recorded sold by Christie's in June 1963, it has since disappeared from public view and there are no reproductions of it in the public domain.
- His only patent was on his filter design; commentators have speculated that he would have become extremely wealthy had he patented his other innovations, but that their availability in the public domain helped the synthesizer industry flourish.
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