Eris wrote: ↑
Wed Oct 13, 2021 19:17
rubenwardy wrote: ↑
Sun Jul 15, 2018 11:34
If you don't provide a license, it means the works are all rights reserved. No one has permission to do anything with them. However, downloading for personal use is unlikely to lead to troubles. Using on a server (redistribution) or reselling could be.
Is it really so?
The details vary from country to country (depending when the work was created and for how long the protection lasts etc.), but the same "no formal application required to reserve all rights, and permissions must be explicitly granted" principle applies almost everywhere in the world. Here
's a complete list of countries (most EU member states signed this around 1890-1920, the US in 1989 and even China in 1992 and Russia in 1995.)
The Planet Minecraft's server is in the US, so its contents are published in the US
, and I think it's safe to assume all after 1989.
works [without copyright notice] created after 1989 generally are not in the public domain