Use this page to note of articles that appear to have been copied from other sources, or that appear to have made use of large amounts (more than a paragraph) from other sources.
Because Conservapedia's policies on copying are not yet clear, and are not obvious to users, most of these entries will have been made in good faith by users who are trying to help Conservapedia.
If you can tell, put the material under the proper heading.
I don't think there's any rush to do anything in particular about these until it's clear what the policy is. Dpbsmith 14:01, 14 March 2007 (EDT)
- 1 Do not know which heading to put it under
- 2 Copied from a website that posts an explicit copyright notice
- 3 Copied from a website that does not have any conspicuous copyright or licensing notice
- 4 Copied from a website that uses a "free license" like GFDL or Creative Commons
- 5 Copied from a source that is probably public domain
Do not know which heading to put it under
Copied from a website that posts an explicit copyright notice
- Image:Image-SelfExam.jpg in Breast_Exam, from http://www.iparenting.com/resources/articles/cancerpregnancy.htm, which contains notice "© 1999-2004 iParenting, LLC Dpbsmith 12:41, 17 March 2007 (EDT). Deleted from article already, apparently, but image itself is still present. Dpbsmith 12:41, 17 March 2007 (EDT)
Copied from a website that does not have any conspicuous copyright or licensing notice
- Rudy Guiliani Much of the article on was copied wholesale from his official biography (here  ). The offending material was added, as best I can tell, here  . The page containing the biography is not clear as to whether or not the material is copyrighted or public domain, but either way it should have been cited. I’ve gone ahead and cited the material, but I am reporting it here, per the request at Conservapedia:Articles for Deletion--Reginod 10:31, 9 May 2007 (EDT)
- Code of Unrighteous Acts About 90% of the article is copied verbatim from a copyrighted article of the same name at . I have contacted the author who says that he has changed it "enough."
--Tisdale.david 15:42, 30 May 2007 (EDT)Tisdale.david
Copied from a website that uses a "free license" like GFDL or Creative Commons
- Golden Rule, from Wikipedia, GFDL license, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethic_of_reciprocity
- War Elephants, portions are a verbatim lift from Wikipedia articles "War Elephants" and "Crushing by Elephant". No sources, no attributions, no working links.Tisdale.david 15:09, 14 June 2007 (EDT)David Tisdale
- History of American football needs to be deleted - it is a copy/paste from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Football#North_American_football_codes. --21:36, 18 June 2007 (EDT)
- Sam Seder, from Wikipedia Dadsnagem2 12:20, 27 February 2008 (EST)
Copied from a source that is probably public domain
- USS Nautilus, from http://www.cnrc.navy.mil/nucfield/Background/history.htm