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Re: [dvd-discuss] Petition for rational copyright law
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- Subject: Re: [dvd-discuss] Petition for rational copyright law
- From: Noah silva <nsilva(at)atari-source.com>
- Date: Fri, 6 Jun 2003 00:48:17 -0400 (EDT)
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On Thu, 5 Jun 2003, Jim Bauer wrote:
> On 05-Jun-2003 Noah silva wrote:
> > Why do you think this? The registry system could be incredibly
> > simple. Everyone registers their copyrights now, just that it's not as
> > ...
> > and check out the details of the copyright, when it expires, when/how many
> > times it was renewed, owner transfers, etc.
> Don't forget that (most) every email you send is also copyrighted. Be sure
> to bcc the copyright registration database for all your emails. Wait,
> that won't work, need need the registration number before you send it.
> Oh well, just add a few more steps to every message you send.
Well, this would be for "registered" copyrights by definition. But while
I am at it, I disagree with things being copyrighted by default, and an
awefully lot of other people must not be so sure of it either, since they
bother to put copyright notices on things. Last I checked, there were
quite a few rights you didn't enjoy if you neglect to put the proper
notice on the work (and if you odn't register it).
Things that have copyright notices now could be put in the database.
Copyright (C) Noah Silva 2003 ;)
-- noah silva