NonCommercial and recovering costs
evan at wikitravel.org
Tue Jun 22 14:45:21 EDT 2004
So, I'm wondering about making print-out versions of NonCommercial works
for personal use.
For example, I'd like to print out a copy of Cory Doctorow's
_Eastern_Standard_Tribe_ to read. I don't have a printer at home, and
I'd really rather read it in a book format rather than as a bunch of
My question: is it OK for me to go to an Internet cafe and print it out
(paying a per-page fee)? Is it OK for me to take the PDF to a printer
and have them print it out, for a fee?
Evan Prodromou <evan at wikitravel.org>
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