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 Can I use the images in Wikipedia freely?

Answer No, it means you can use them if you conform to the restrictions laid out by the license.
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How to Look for Freely Licensed Images on Google?

If you use Google Image search to find pictures or graphics for your blog posts or any other work, you might be using them illegally, since most of the images you'll find are copyrighted. There is ... Read More »
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How to Import Freely Licensed Images Into wikiHow?

Adding an image to a wikiHow article enhances its presentation and helps others to learn. Images that are freely licensed can be found at Flickr and Wikimedia Commons. There are two different ways ... Read More »
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Does Wikipedia take/make their own images?

Do they make their own images? Sure they do! I've seen more than one instance where they've had a staff member draw something in order to illustrate a point. They usually do it to avoid copyright i... Read More »
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How can I upload images to Wikipedia?

yes u will need an account to upload image to wikipediaOpen an Account in WikipediaStep 1Go to the main page of Wikipedia, listed in Resources below. You can also key in Wikipedia in search engines... Read More »
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