Public Domain dedication
zotz at 100jamz.com
Fri Mar 25 12:34:44 EST 2005
On Friday 25 March 2005 11:33 am, Greg London wrote:
> Daniel Carrera said:
> > PD is not a license. It means that you give up all rights to the work
> > until the end of time.
> I swear I read somewhere that you cannot NOT get the rights to your work
> since copyright is automatic.
> So, if you write something, copyright is automatically assigned to you,
> and that the only way to give them up was to license them away.
In countries with automatic copyright, it seems logical that you cannot NOT
get the rights to your work once you fix it.
However, you think you read that you cannot renounce those rights, you must
keep them and then license them into irrelevance?
all the best,
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