[cc-licenses] NC considered harmful? Prove it...
zotz at 100jamz.com
Thu Mar 15 18:11:25 EDT 2007
On Thursday 15 March 2007 05:28 pm, Jonathon Blake wrote:
> Drew wrote:
> > > gratis, and it it may not be distributed in any manner that even hints
> > > at being a non-gratis transaction.]
> > Won't you run aground on the first sale doctrine?
> > Or is that really only sale?
> That is why I will have a lawyer draw up the licence.
> I know of several used book stores that were taken to court, for
> selling books that were marked "This book is not to be sold". I also
> know of a store that sold used CDs that was taken to court for selling
> promotional CDs that were given to radio stations and "celebrity" DJs.
> > If I give an NC book to a friend, can they really never sell it in a
> > garage sale?
> With the restrictions on the licence I want, that will be a licence
> violation, and grounds for civil prosecution.
So copyright really is that bad? Does any lawyer here disagree for your own
country? Can a person really be given a gift and then not be able to dispose
of it freely?
The right to read anyone?
> > > incorporation as "limited by guarantee".)
> > All I need is a pint a day?
Actually, that was in reference to "registered charity" but I am happy to
prompt a laugh.
To your health.
all the best,
(da idea man)
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