Re: Copyright violations

Subject: Re: Copyright violations
From: Jay Cherniak <CHERNJC1_at_TEAPOST -at- TEOMAIL -dot- JHUAPL -dot- EDU>
Date: Tue, 31 Jan 1995 17:20:45 EST


I don't think the graphic of Napoleon's march is copyrighted because it is
just a reproduction of the original, which was an antiwar poster and which is at
least 100 years old. Hasn't the copyright long since expired? I don't know what
Tufte's other graphic is.

Jay Cherniak
Applied Physics Laboratory
chernjc1 -at- jhuapl -dot- edu
Subject: Copyright violations
From: marymd -at- HALCYON -dot- COM at .APL.and.BEYOND.
Date: 1/31/95 5:00 PM

I saw your posting about Tufte's charts on Techwr-L and it seems to me you
have violated his copyright by scanning and posting these images. I would
strongly suggest that you send mail apologizing and remove the images from the
locations you mentioned.

Mary Deaton
KNOWware, and also having no relationship to Tufte or his publisher, but
concerned about the intellectual property rights of people like him.

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