doctorow at June 6th, 2014 15:00 — #1
therizz at June 6th, 2014 17:36 — #2
Probably <---No--- Was it published after 1920 ---Yes---> Probably not, and probably never.
boundegar at June 6th, 2014 20:40 — #3
How about: [Is it worth one thin dime?] >> Hands off!
simonize at June 6th, 2014 20:55 — #4
Wot, no mention of the US copyrights in foreign works?
bloo at June 6th, 2014 21:33 — #5
I could not find a direct e-mail address for the Samuelson clinic, so I am posting my questions here in the hopes that someone from the clinic will read them.
- Is the handbook or the handbook with visuals licensed under a Creative Commons license?
- Are the handbook and visuals available in epub format or Kindle format?
kennykb at June 6th, 2014 23:18 — #6
Is there only one unique instance of the original? --> Too bad, the owner owns copyright in the copies he allows, and hence can restrict copies-of-the-copies.
Has Disney created a derivative? --> Too bad, that means they now own the original as well.
Does someone rich enough want to sue you anyway? --> Too bad, you won't be able to prove it's public domain before the attorneys bankrupt you.
doctorow at June 11th, 2014 15:00 — #7
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