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Fair use rationale for Negros Oriental
- No free equivalent. Being a seal or a Philippine local government unit (LGU), there is obviously no free equivalent.
- Resolution/fidelity. The seal is of a low resolution such that reproduction in other contexts, such as print publication, is not feasible.
- Respect for commercial opportunities. Since this is a seal of a Philippine LGU, there are no commercial opportunities allowed for the use of the seal by the LGU, the copyright holder. Its use in Wikipedia does not infringe on any commercial opportunities.
- Content and Significance. The purpose of a Philippine LGU seal is chiefly to identify the LGU (such as on the facade of the LGU's buildings) and to authenticate official documents when stamped onto them. The usage of the seal in Wikipedia follows this mandate as a means of visual identification of the LGU in appropriate contexts such as in the LGU's article and templates, and in the articles of encompassing or constituent LGUs.
|This work is a product of the government of the Republic of the Philippines. Republic Act forbids the use of government works for commercial purposes. This image therefore does not qualify for free use under the terms adopted by the Wikimedia Foundation, and is considered non-free on Wikipedia.
This tag does not of itself describe the copyright status of the file, and so an appropriate Non-free copyright status tag must also be provided.
|This logo is an official seal of a governmental entity or one of its government agencies, and may be subject to copyright, trademark, and/or other restrictions on its reproduction, especially in commercial contexts. The copyright is likely held by the government or agency in question. It is believed that the use of images of seals
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