David Kastrup wrote:
> Alexander Terekhov <terek...@web.de> writes:
> > David Kastrup wrote:
> > [...]
> >> Yup.  That's what makes the GPL relevant if you want to copy or
> >> distribute when you have no other permission from the rights holder.
> >
> > "As a separate and distinct Twelfth Affirmative Defense and each
> > claim for relief alleged therein, Defendant alleges that Plaintiffs’
> > claim for copyright infringement is barred under at least the provisions
> > of 17 U.S.C. § 109(a), as Defendant was licensed and any copies alleged
> > to be infringing were, therefore, lawfully made. "
> Nice try, but let's the court rule that this "twelfth" defense (quite
> late in the stack) is not utter nonsense before getting all excited.

You can't read 17 U.S.C. 109(a) yourself, stupid dak?


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originality standards required by copyright law."

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P.P.S. "Of course correlation implies causation! Without this 
fundamental principle, no science would ever make any progress."

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(GNG is a derecursive recursive derecursion which pwns GNU since it can 
be infinitely looped as GNGNGNGNG...NGNGNG... and can be said backwards 
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