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October 06, 2006


Bruce Boyden

Sometimes, however, payment for use of copyrighted works can be given in credit. Interesting; you could imagine this as something that might apply in non-commercial derivative-work-type cases; as long as credit is given to the source material there would be no cause of action. There may still be cases where that wouldn't be enough, but it seems worth exploring. Dividing DWs from mere reproduction would be a big initial hurdle.

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