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Afghan billboard advertising voting, women voting, and soldiers
 

 

 

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"A billboard advertising voting, women voting, and soldiers. "
Date 20 December 2009(2009-12-20)
Source originally posted to Flickr as Voting Panel
Author Todd Huffman
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Public domain This work is in the public domain in the United States and most other countries because its "country of origin" is Afghanistan, which has no domestic copyright law and does not participate in international copyright agreements (Afghanistan and copyright issues, Circ. 38a). Pursuant to the Berne Convention and Title 17, Section 104 of the US Code, the following must be true to establish that the "country of origin" of this work is Afghanistan:
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  3. Within thirty days of its first publication in Afghanistan, the work was never published in any country that participates in the Berne Convention.
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