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So, my question is: Do you agree that he violated the copyright and is it
worth my time to convince him to not do it again? If so, how should I do it?
Mail copies of the copyright laws and related articles?
You might contact the owner of the syndicated cartoon and ask him to send you a
copy of the copyright requirements (i.e., non-profit, non-advertising means
free use). Then you can send a copy of it to the perpetrator in hopes that this
new found knowledge will cause him to change.
Just my $.02,
dfisher2 -at- ti -dot- com
[My opinions are my own and my company appreciates it.]