On Wednesday 13 February 2013 14:04:33 Al Thompson wrote:
Is it safe to assume that that is a typo and you meant they are not breaking
the law since those works are in the public domain?
> They are not infringing any copyrights, and are not
When did the book go from being the property of Dickens or his heirs to being
the property of the public? Does a bit of land work that way? Or a sofa?
So, why the claim that an artist could not make money if their published works
immediately went into the public domain?
How can the Penguin folks make money printing and selling these books when any
other company anywhere in the world can do the same without paying them a
> Are they "ripping people
So, why do they buy from the people who do not support the artists they like
rather then from the people who do support the artists they like? What drives
them to do this to bands they love?
all the best,
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