Template:Not-PD-US-expired-min-year

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Under U.S. copyright law, the copyrights of most works generally expire 95 years after publication. The {{Not-PD-US-expired-min-year}} template is used on the Copyright law of the United States article and various public domain copyright templates (template links) to calculate 95 years ago.

Usage

The template takes no parameters:

{{Not-PD-US-expired-min-year}} renders: 1926

Example:

Markup Renders as
Under U.S. copyright law, works published before January 1, {{Not-PD-US-expired-min-year}}, are generally considered public domain.

Under U.S. copyright law, works published before January 1, 1926, are generally considered public domain.

Note that like other date-computing templates based on current time, the same date can be shown for up to a week on a page since Wikipedia caches pages and only re-renders them under one of the follow circumstances:

  1. Someone visits the page and it has not been re-rendered in a week.
  2. Someone visits the page and manually purges or edits it.
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