On Thu, 17 Aug 2006 20:44:54 +0800 Weakish Jiang wrote: > > > Francesco Poli wrote: [...] > > Please note the adjective "effective"! > > > > Questions: > > > > A) Why are these two clauses different from one another? > > > > B) Is the difference relevant with respect to DFSG compliance? > > > > C) Does specifying that only *effective* technological measures are > > forbidden imply that parallel distribution (of DRM-encumbered and > > DRM-*un*encumbered copies) is allowed for Adaptations? > > > > It's strange that these two clauses are different, but I think they > are equivalent.
Well, there's a significant word in one which is absent from the other. I don't think they can be construed as equivalent. > > It seems that CreativeCommoons wants to fight against DRM using the CC > license. Indeed, we are talking about this clause and trying to determine whether CC is doing that in a DFSG-free manner or not... P.S.: Please do not reply to my e-mail address Cc:ing the list, since I didn't asked for that. Instead, reply to the list only. Thanks. -- But it is also tradition that times *must* and always do change, my friend. -- from _Coming to America_ ..................................................... Francesco Poli . GnuPG key fpr == C979 F34B 27CE 5CD8 DC12 31B5 78F4 279B DD6D FCF4
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