Is the copyright claim on the scroll or the image. I would expect the latter and they are
perfectly entitled to claim copyright on the image, the issue is that in various countries
it could be held true by the courts that it is in copyright, and in others it isn't.
Truth in copyright claims is like truth in advertising. ;-)
On 27 Sep 2011 at 0:57, emijrp wrote:
OMG ISRAEL IS OUT OF USA? REALLY?
Come on. The point here is that originality is a common requirement for
2011/9/27 Anthony <wikimail(a)inbox.org>
On Mon, Sep 26, 2011 at 4:43 PM, Ray Saintonge
On 09/26/11 12:27 PM, emijrp wrote:
If originals don't have copyright, how can
The Israel Museum claim any
copyright for scans which lack originality?
The cited case is a US case, and not necessarily binding in other
It's not even binding on other districts within the US.
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