On Fri, May 12, 2000 at 11:54:32AM +0100, John P. Looney wrote:
> On Fri, May 12, 2000 at 09:51:34AM +0100, Anton Mc Kee mentioned:
> > > What is Irish law like in this area?
> > If actual documents were published well then Irish copyright law would apply
> > no matter what the media was that they would have been trasmitted in.
>> What about fair use ? You can copy upto 10% of a document, to make a
> point, or in research...
>> > If it was a document from MS well the copyright law would pervail. however
> > if the document was in the public domain and it was quoted as a doc from Ms
> > well then really they would have a hard agruement so long as it was not
> > totally riped off.
> > (I think)
>> What about if someone read aloud the document, and you paraphrased it ?
What does the clickwrap copyright agreement state? If you sign an NDA,
or agree to one, then disclosure is the problem.. surely? I've managed
to avoid them so far I think..
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