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'[PIC]: document dismantling, was Breaking Code Pro'
Alan B. Pearce
>> *legally* protected from modification (such as pulling pages out for
>> documentation) by the rather draconian DMCA legislation (in the US at
>> least). It's embedded, including a "criminal" warning, in the
>There is still a world *outside* US jurisdiction ;)
However be aware that things are changing in the rest of the world. We have
been notified of a requirement relating to copyright law here in the UK
which changes soon (1 March IIRC) where it is no longer valid to copy an
article under "reasonable use" provisions where the use is commercial. Even
though the company owns a copy of the journal, a further copyright fee is
payable for a photocopy.
I would think that "pulling pages" from a PDF could be covered under this as
well. Now given that no fee is payable as the document is published on a
website is a side issue to this, the company wants to keep the document
complete and intact, which is not unreasonable.
I have left this under [PIC], but any further discussion along this line
should probably go [OT]
http://www.piclist.com hint: The list server can filter out subtopics
(like ads or off topics) for you. See http://www.piclist.com/#topics
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