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Subject:Copyright and the Internet From:Suzanne Pyle <Crow101156 -at- AOL -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 10 Jan 1996 08:15:48 -0500
Hi, I'm sending this message again because not sure it made it to you.....
Is anyone aware of the copyright/permission to use rules for information on
the Web? What about artwork at various sites? Do you know what the
are behind using artwork via the net? Does the "fair use provision" apply to
electronics as well as paper?