On 5/15/06, Alphax (Wikipedia email) <alphasigmax(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Rob Church wrote:
On 12/05/06, Anthony DiPierro
that's the case, can we sue? Please?
Good luck with that.
The Foundation can't, because it doesn't own the copyright to the
material. It's up to the copyright holder to enforce their licencing.
Could The Foundation sue /on behalf of/ those authors whose copyright
has been violated?
INAL but my understanding is.
Under US law they could if given permission to do so by the copyright
holders (the situtation is compicated in the case of minors. The
foundation would probably need their parents/gardians permissions).
I don't know how chinese copyright law works and international
copyright law tends to get very complex very fast.