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Over in another newsgroup (I get TECHWR-L as a newsgroup), we're
engaging in the ever-popular game of discussing Usenet copyright issues.
One person made an interesting analogy, saying that Usenet posts might
be considered in the same light as a letter to the editor of a newspaper
or magazine. Question is, what exactly are the copyright issues
involved in letters to the editor?
E-mail responses will be summarized.
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The best way to get information on Usenet is not to ask a question,
but to post the wrong information.