Re: [TruthTalk] Copyright Question

2006-03-17 Thread Dave Hansen
DAVEH: ModeratorModerator.HELP keep G under control. Now he's using canada without capitalizing it! (AndI don't think canada was meant to have a c on both ends!!!) =-O [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: beon guard, o canada On Thu, 16 Mar 2006 07:18:09 -0500 "Lance

Re: [TruthTalk] Copyright Question

2006-03-16 Thread Lance Muir
: Re: [TruthTalk] Copyright Question DAVEH: I didn't deal with BD personallymy nephew did. It seems to me that if anybody would request permission or asking whether or not posting it on TT is in violation, it should be the guy posting the copyrighted material.[EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: [TruthTalk] Copyright Question

2006-03-16 Thread ttxpress
beon guard, o canada© On Thu, 16 Mar 2006 07:18:09 -0500 "Lance Muir" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Dave[H]:You appear rather exercised over this matter. Why is this such a 'hot button' issue for you?.. ||

Re: [TruthTalk] Copyright Question

2006-03-15 Thread David Miller
DaveH asks Gary: You've repeatedly posted copyright material on TT. Doesn't that violate copyright restrictions? I'm not a lawyer, Dave, but my understanding is that there is no problem with copying portions of an author's material for noncommercial use. The copyright laws are meant to

Re: [TruthTalk] Copyright Question

2006-03-15 Thread Kevin Deegan
It is my understanding that you may post - print PORTIONS not complete works.David Miller [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: DaveH asks Gary: You've repeatedly posted copyright material on TT. Doesn't that violate copyright restrictions?I'm not a lawyer, Dave, but my understanding is that there is no

Re: [TruthTalk] Copyright Question

2006-03-15 Thread knpraise
And I think that you can duplicate what is written if you do not profit from it and/or it is not duplicated as a course of business (as a church does with their singing or a buisness does with the birthday song -- have you noticed that no business actually sings "Happy birthday to you .." It is

Re: [TruthTalk] Copyright Question

2006-03-15 Thread Dave Hansen
DAVEH: Responding to Kevin.It seemed to me that he posted the entire text of each song. Responding to KevinI think you are wrong about that. If you wrote a book, the law would allow me to quote very small portions of it in a review I might post. However, if I were to post the whole

Re: [TruthTalk] Copyright Question

2006-03-15 Thread ttxpress
yes [E.g., you know Bob Dylan to some degree (didn't you say he's got one of your leather jackets?); perhaps write, through his internet site,and askhim to check out the TT archives for a© violation ( let us know what he says:)] On Tue, 14 Mar 2006 22:24:38 -0800 Dave Hansen [EMAIL

Re: [TruthTalk] Copyright Question

2006-03-15 Thread Kevin Deegan
Go to your favorite copy store tell them you want to copy one page of this copyrighted booklet. See what happensCopyright protects the right to copy and or distrubute among other things What we have been discussing is called "FAIR USE" The more you copy the less likely it will be considered

RE: [TruthTalk] Copyright Question

2006-03-15 Thread ShieldsFamily
Subject: Re: [TruthTalk] Copyright Question It is my understanding that you may post - print PORTIONS not complete works. David Miller [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: DaveH asks Gary: You've repeatedly posted copyright material on TT. Doesn't that violate copyright restrictions? I'm not a lawyer

Re: [TruthTalk] Copyright Question

2006-03-15 Thread Dave Hansen
DAVEH: Thanx for posting that link, Kevin. There are several points they make that would seem pertinent to posting copyrighted song lyrics Is the new work merely a copy of the original? If it is simply a copy, it is not as likely to be considered fair use. Is the work factual or

Re: [TruthTalk] Copyright Question

2006-03-15 Thread Dave Hansen
DAVEH: I didn't deal with BD personallymy nephew did. It seems to me that if anybody would request permission or asking whether or not posting it on TT is in violation, it should be the guy posting the copyrighted material. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: yes [E.g., you know Bob

Re: [TruthTalk] Copyright Question

2006-03-15 Thread knpraise
Music, lyrics, and music video: up to 10 percent of the work but no more than 30 seconds of the music or lyrics from an individual musical work. No music video's here -- no? -- Original message -- From: Dave Hansen [EMAIL PROTECTED] DAVEH: Thanx for posting that link,