[b-hebrew] re- copyright laws
Kevin W. Woodruff
cierpke at prodigy.net
Wed Sep 14 21:20:57 EDT 2005
Here is a page giving the terms of copyright and
public domain. I hope this clears up the confusion
--- "Harold R. Holmyard III" <hholmyard at ont.com>
> Dear Dave,
> >I'm surprised to hear that BDB and Gesenius might
> still be under copyright. I
> >suppose the copyright on Gesenius may have been
> renewed by somebody, but
> >looking at the shelves of my local Christian
> bookstore, it would appear that
> >most anybody with a scanner and a truckload of
> paper can print BDB...
> HH: Yes, it is copyrighted. Look at the publication
> page in Gesenius'
> Hebrew Grammar. It says:
> All rights reserved. No part of this publication may
> be reproduced,
> stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any
> form or by any
> means electronic, mechanical, photocopying,
> recording, or otherwise,
> without the prior permission of Oxford University
> HH: Maybe you're looking at the products of people
> who obtained such
> prior permission.
> Harold Holmyard
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