On Tuesday 12 February 2013 18:08:36 Al Thompson wrote:
1. He gets a copyright whether he wants one or not. He is forced to have one
and he must make an effort to counteract this.
If copyright only existed when applied for and registered, it would not be
nearly as nasty.
2. A person can lawfully force a song writer to license his work to him for a
cover. He cannot refuse. (At least in some places. Do we have any laws that
force a person to let a member of the public use his car?)
> He can choose how to release his works. He
You always assume copyright law to justify copyright law and how the world
works. You need to image no copyright law and describe how things would
naturally work. (Well, you obviously don't have to but if you only argue A is
right because we have a law that lets us do A, you are not going to convince
many whoe think A may not be right in the first place.
It is completely different. You want the person to be able to prevent another
person from buying his own materials and piece of land and build a copy of
the the house.
all the best,
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