Copyright laws here in the United States are much different than those in the UK and other countries, and if you live outside the US, you need to understand how those laws work, especially if you plan to use works that are in the Public
Domain here in the United States.
I’m certainly not an copyright attorney but I have a pretty decent understanding of how the Public Domain works here and abroad. So I pulled together those insights, along with a thorough table that displays the copyright rules for all the various countries around the world, and put it all together in a new FR.EE report. If you are from the United States, you’re still welcome to download the report, this one is primarily geared toward my subscribers abroad, and especially from the United Kingdom. I have the report posted over at the Yard Sale. You can get there by going to:
Feel free to post your comments, feedback or insights there concerning this issue.
To your continued success!