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Re: [dvd-discuss] Copyright ranges

I think it was supposed to be "non-trivial", but if you think about it, it
doesn't much matter.  The first edition will still expire on time even if
I made 15 editions with trivial changes since then.  

 -- noah silva 

On Mon, 5 Aug 2002, Sham Gardner wrote:

> On Mon, Aug 05, 2002 at 11:03:39AM -0400, Noah silva wrote:
> > The years mentioned were years the document was copyrighted.  For example,
> > I release my book, first edition, and copyright is 1998, then I release a
> > 2nd edition, copyright 1999 - etc.  The duration would be from the latest
> > date.
> I take it there is no standard for how much has to change between editions
> for it to qualify for a new copyright? Would correcting (or adding) a couple
> of typos or replacing a couple of words with synonyms be sufficient?
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