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On Mon, 5 May 2003 10:13:32 -0700 (PDT), DaLy wrote:
> Hi Bonnie,
> I read your initial post and have a question. What
> kind of document are you reviewing? If the document is
> explaining a standard (such as ISO), then the complete
> standard (including an explanation - if one is
> given)has to be written word-for-word. This would not
> constitute plagiarism. I do not think that standards
> fall in the IP category. In fact, if a standard (and
> explanation) are incorrect, a legal battle could
> result with the company that hired you on the losing
No, the text was not standards. It was from working
Internet-Drafts or papers authored by others or
copyrighted by an organization.
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