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Public Domain

There are some works that belong in the public domain, which means that it is not protected by copyright laws. Anyone can use these works without obtaining permission from the author or creator and his or her heirs. All federal government publications fall under public domain and can be copied freely by anyone. If the copyright of a work has expired than that, too, is considered public domain.


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