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Eesti: Eesti NSV lipp
Русский: Флаг Эстонской ССР

Authors: Urmas, Nokka


Public domain According to the Republic of Estonia Copyright Act (passed on November 11, 1992; consolidated text May 2006):

§ 5. Results of intellectual activities to which this Act does not apply

  • 1) ideas, images, notions, theories, processes, systems, methods, concepts, principles, discoveries, inventions, and other results of intellectual activities which are described, explained or expressed in any other manner in a work;
  • 2) works of folklore;
  • 3) legislation and administrative documents (acts, decrees, regulations, statutes, instructions, directives) and official translations thereof;
  • 4) court decisions and official translations thereof;
  • 5) official symbols of the state and insignia of organisations (flags, coats of arms, orders, medals, badges, etc.);
  • 6) news of the day;
  • 7) facts and data;
  • 8) ideas and principles which underlie any element of a computer program, including those which underlie its user interfaces.

Hence it is assumed that this image has been released into the public domain. However, in some instances the use of this image might be regulated by other laws.

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Note: Estonia is the legal successor of the Estonian SSR; therefore, this license tag is also applicable to official symbols and formal documents of the Estonian SSR.

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