[Foundation-l] Good example; The works of Charles Darwin freed :)

James Hare messedrocker at gmail.com
Thu Oct 19 11:08:10 UTC 2006

He's doing the next worst thing: taking a public domain revolutionary
publication and owning it. It's not even his.

On 10/19/06, geni <geniice at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 10/19/06, James Hare <messedrocker at gmail.com> wrote:
> > How can he hold the copyright to a work that's over a century old?
> I belive the president under english and welsh law is the Graves case.
> The royal society is doing something simular with their scans of old
> documents. Would you like me to send you a copy of the three pages of
> conditions that the imperial war museam put on the use of copies of
> their PD material?
> >This
> > isn't right. He doesn't deserve it. Anyone who takes works and decides
> to
> > sell it as a MASS PRODUCED PRODUCT doesn't deserve financial security.
> No evidence that anyone is selling it.
> --
> geni
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