[WikiEN-l] WikiEN-l Digest, Vol 31, Issue 130
Steven Ericsson Zenith
steven at semeiosis.com
Thu Feb 16 00:59:24 UTC 2006
Plagiarism does have something to do with the law if it is a breach of
copyright. I assume that the banned editor is hostile, so being
defensive may be prudent.
The key points are that the GDFL allows derivative use of the text
provided it is correctly attributed. The use described is not
derivative and changes the attribution - this contravenes the GDFL.
>Date: Wed, 15 Feb 2006 17:33:52 -0500
>From: Rob <gamaliel8 at gmail.com>
>Subject: Re: [WikiEN-l] Tracking banned user Andrew Morrow
>To: English Wikipedia <wikien-l at wikipedia.org>
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>On 2/15/06, Steve Bennett <stevage at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Plagiarism has nothing to do with law,
>True, but the original poster also claimed it was a copyright issue, which
>would make it something of a legal matter. I simply forgot to completely
>repeat his point.
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