So many of these are simply edited versions of ones we've found on the web. Are they all copyright violators, then? BoArthur 18:19, 27 March 2006 (PST)
- Those russians from before 1973 have no copyright attached. The one of hessler with staff is public domain. Most of those from before the 30s would be also. Most of those that were promotional pictures would probably be considered fair use (thats the whole point of promo pictures after all). --Marc Pasquin 18:24, 27 March 2006 (PST)
- I do believe is our own Dr van Steenbergen with L-R transposition. I don't think he'd mind his image being used under the circumstances! Elemtilas 18:58, 27 March 2006 (PST)
- There was a bit more than L-R that went on, but more-or-less, yes. I know that some of the more modern pictures, like the folks from LA might be questionable. What do y'all know about that type of thing?
- Face mashups are probably fine, which would cover the majority of the portraits to date. It's worth checking out though. --Kgaughan 02:15, 28 March 2006 (PST)