Creative Memory of the Syrian Revolution has the greatest respect for intellectual property, knowing that intellectual property rights are still under discussion in the fields of documentation and archiving during disasters, calamities, wars and revolutions, and there are no unified answers about this subject yet.
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Creative works are documented on the website as they originally figure in their respective sources, including linguistic errors, as they are considered an original part of the work itself. Notes, remarks and other information are added systematically by our team to set the context of artworks, whenever possible or necessary.
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