Aren't Vocaloid Characters Creative Commons characters?
They are listed as cc-by-nc in the FAQ.
- ^^I now know (and have for some time) that the stricken part is very wrong!Cebr1979 (talk) 07:33, September 16, 2016 (UTC)
CodeAndReload: Stop following me around on here and adding your redundant, confusing garbage. Read the notes section. Only the IMAGE has been released (HINT: I even put that part in BOLD).
If you would like to make yourself useful, you should go review advertising laws because that paragraph you copy and pasted proves I am right and that Captain Tootsie is most likely NOT public domain (although, like the Green Lama, his comic books would be).Cebr1979 (talk) 22:06, May 29, 2013 (UTC)
I'm not following you, I'm making edits to the wiki and you happen to be the only other person doing a significant amount of changes right now.
So the position is that I can sell Vocaloid comic books and that I can make AS MUCH or AS LITTLE amounts of MONEY as they want when they do it.
Also works from 1943 aren't public domain even if they are advertisements that weren't renewed. The Library of Congress and Circular 3 are wrong?
You realise you just copy and pasted the word AREN'T right? Like "ARE NOT public domain even if they are advertisements that weren't renewed." Sounds like the Library of Congress and Circular 3 know what they're talking about to me.
As for the Crypton characters, they are CC and I'm moving them. Next time I do something, let me start and finish before you start with your nagging. I mean it, you are really annoying.Cebr1979 (talk) 22:30, May 29, 2013 (UTC)