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== Rezumo ==
== Summary ==

Ita dokumento definas "Libera Kulturala Verki" kom verki od expresaji olqui povas esar libere studiita, aplikita, kopiita ed/od modifikita, da irgu, por irga skopo. Lo anke deskribas certena permisebla restriktaji qui respektas o protektas ita esencala yuri. La defino distingas inter "libera verki", ed "[[licencaji|libera licencaji]]" qui povas uzesar a legale protektar la stando di libera verko. La defino ipsa "ne" esas licenco; ol esas utila por determinar se verko o licenco devas esar konsiderata kom "libera."
This document defines "Free Cultural Works" as works or expressions which can be freely studied, applied, copied and/or modified, by anyone, for any purpose. It also describes certain permissible restrictions that respect or protect these essential freedoms. The definition distinguishes between ''free works'', and ''[[licenses|free licenses]]'' which can be used to legally protect the status of a free work. The definition itself is ''not'' a license; it is a tool to determine whether a work or license should be considered "free."

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