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Fair Use

It is believed the use of the image to provide critical commentary on the film, event, etc. in question or of the poster itself qualifies as fair use under the copyright law of the United States.

CC0 Public Domain

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Commercial License

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Creative Commons

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Editorial Use (Fair Use)

It is believed the work can be used without authorization for purposes of news reporting, criticism, education, etc. Under U.S. copyright law and British common law, there is a concept of “fair use” (or “fair dealing”). When the public good is served, publishers do not need permission from the copyright holder to make copies of a copyrighted work.

Free Photo Website

It is believed the work is freely available for use per Creative Commins, GNU Free Documentation, Public Domain, etc.

GNU Free Documentation

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Public Domain

It is believed the work is in the public domain and is free for use by anyone for any purpose without restriction under copyright law.

Product Photo (Fair Use)

It is believed the work can be used without authorization for purposes of news reporting, criticism, product review or sale, education, etc. Under U.S. copyright law and British common law, there is a concept of “fair use” (or “fair dealing”). When the public good is served, publishers do not need permission from the copyright holder to make copies of a copyrighted work.

Self Taken

The work was created by Geek Slop.

Social Media Source (Fair Use)

It is believed the work can be used without authorization for purposes of news reporting, criticism, product review or sale, education, etc. Under U.S. copyright law and British common law, there is a concept of “fair use” (or “fair dealing”). When the public good is served, publishers do not need permission from the copyright holder to make copies of a copyrighted work.