On 20/12/2007, Klaus Graf <klausgraf(a)googlemail.com> wrote:
pfctdayelise is talking pure nonsense (as she often
does in legal
issues at Commons). The sense of the policy is to allow small
exceptions from the "all must be free" doctrine. The exceptions must
be legal according the national law and according the US "fair use".
Each European country has exceptions similar to "fair use": e.g.
German "Zitatrecht". If
is the actual Czech Copyright Act article 31 is relevant allowing
"quotations" of works for teaching purposes.
I agree, that appears to be the relevant law. My comments to Timichal
were based on his adamant assertion that there was no Czech equivalent
to fair use. If he is wrong then naturally my comments won't follow
any more. :)
They've just been waiting in a mountain for the right moment: