On Fri, 14 May 2004, Paul Jakma wrote:
> The copyright holder on the other hand is not bound by section 1 of
> the GPL, which grants the right to copy a work and be able to charge
> a fee for the physical copy,
NB: Even the recipient has a right to:
"charge a fee for the physical act of transferring a copy"
However, I've no idea whether that means the fee must be reasonable
or not. Potentially, the GPL licensee could also charge any fee they
like, i dont know.
But the copyright holder most _definitely_ can charge what they want.
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