On Fri, Oct 7, 2011 at 4:20 PM, Mark Mielke <m...@mark.mielke.cc> wrote:
> My original read of the problem determined (for me personally) that the only
> way one could be in violation of copyright was if the data was incorrect
> (i.e. not factual). It presented an interesting contradiction. The only way
> they could sue is by agreeing that their data is faulty and should not be
> trusted. :-)
> The case Merlin refers to below seemed to rule that even faulty information
> is not a concern.



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