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Re: Copyright

On Tue, 14 May 1996, Emily-Jane Dawson wrote:>
> Also, I believe you can use a copyrighted work any number of times as long
> as you never ever sell the work.  For example, you may print any number of
> copies of a book containing copyrighted work without the permission of the
> copyright holder, as long as you never ever sell your book and (I am not
> sure whether this part is in the law or not, but it seems like a good idea)
> state in the colophon or elsewhere that you do not intend to ever sell the
> work.  Of course, for those of us who have to make a living, this is an
> imperfect solution.
While I am not an authority on Copyright Law, my understanding is that
and duplication of the original work without permission (with the
scholarly one-time exception) is in violation of the copyright. There is
no exclusion for reproduction with no intent to sell.

John G. Henry, Cedar Creek Press

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