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January 29, 2010

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_the_mad_hatter


Laurie,

What about those of use who don't attach that information to our products, and don't intend to?

Wayne

Laurie

Wayne
It seems to me that it's a matter of choice. If you're happy to launch your content without setting any conditions, that's up to you. But wouldn't it be better to tell the world the ways in which you would like your content shared, mashed etc? And what happens if suddenly you find there's real commercial value to what you've created? But at the end of the day, all copyrighth does is give the creator a choice. It's not prescriptive about how that choice is exercised.
Cheers
Laurie

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