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Re: Copyright law

In a message dated 96-12-23 06:44:35 EST, you write:

Graham Spenser wrote
>unless you sell the rights or make clear that you
>do not wish to retain the copyright, anyone who reproduces your work must
>seek your permission.

So every time we respond to a post (following suggestions and guidelines for
keeping form confusing everyone unnecessarily) by including part of the post
we are responding to, we should theoretically ask permission? : <  I thought
it was ok, as long as it 1) isn't for profit, 2) isn't excessive (whatever
that means), and 3) credits the source (hence, we add who made the original
post, if we can still remember)

May I quote you? : )

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com east Tennessee USA

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