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Subject:Re: Copyright wording for PDF's From:Karen Lunsford <klunsfor -at- UIUC -dot- EDU> Date:Mon, 29 Mar 1999 10:01:23 -0600
Peter Lucas <peterlucas -at- EARTHLINK -dot- NET> writes:
> We've recently started distributing our manuals on a "PDF only" basis,
> meaning we don't send printed manuals to our clients anymore. Our clients
> are fine with that, but what I'm wondering is how some of you who
> your manuals via PDF handle the issue of making copies of the document and
> how you phrase your copyright disclaimer at the beginning of the manual.
This would be an appropriate query for the CNI-COPYRIGHT FORUM as
lawyers, librarians and commercial groups interested in electronic
copyright/intellectual property issues belong to the list. I've pasted the
subscription info below:
TO JOIN THE CNI-COPYRIGHT FORUM:
You may join this forum at any time by sending this command as an
e-mail note to the Coalition ListProcessor (LISTPROC -at- CNI -dot- ORG)
subscribe <listname> <your real name>
e.g. SUBSCRIBE CNI-COPYRIGHT John Doe
Center for Writing Studies, U of Illinois
klunsfor -at- uiuc -dot- edu