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SE 1.6

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Presumed Government Work To determine whether a work was published by the United States Government, at least two people shall review at least the title page (and, if there is a copyright page, the copyright page, if a claim of copyright does not appear on the title page) of the work. If, without communication between two of such reviewers, they each found that those pages indicate that the work was published by the United States Government and do not contain a claim of copyright by a Person other than the United States federal government, then the work is deemed to be a “Presumed Government Work.” If the reviewers did not agree with respect to such publication or such claim, Google shall search its own bibliographic and other records, and other records reasonably available to it. If Google determines that records from more than one source indicate that the work was published by the United States Government, then the work is deemed to be a “Presumed Government Work.”

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