The goals of our project require freedom of information.
We consistently defend this viewpoint, particularly in case of content published on our own websites.
Modern legislation on intellectual property rights impedes progress and is incompatible with the principles and goals of our project. This means that we reject it along with all its components, including so-called «free» licenses like Copyleft. The very attempt to create a «free» license within the boundaries of the law means that you allow for the existence of «non-free» information, which contradicts our basic principles.
This means the following:
- All content created within our project may be distributed freely, in any way, shape or form.
- Any indication of authorship is left to the discretion of the distributor.
- Any intellectual products may be used by the project without informing or rewarding the authors of the initial content. Although:
- The source may be provided to ensure the validity of information, or to help increase the popularity of the source.
- Help and assistance is possible and even desirable if the author of the content in question shares our views and works for the common good.