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Re: copyright

At 03:02 PM 9/28/99 -0700, you wrote:
>Would it make any sense to establish the point that no profit nor
advantage was
>intended to be gained from such usage, never sold, perhaps given as a
gift, but
>that it was strictly a personal decorative element being used?

It is unlikely to come to anyone's attention as a legal issue if it is a
unique personal gift, IMO.

However, if you consider the priniciple, and if you have *made a copy* of
the original work, you have usurped the original creator's right to make a
profit from their work.

Lorre (not a lawyer, don't play one on tee vee)

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