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From: judy olsen <>
Subject: [FreeHelp] copyright
Date: Sun, 29 Jul 2007 20:02:04 +0100
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I didn't say it was. I wasn't referring to copying, I was responding
to a point about enhancement and restoration.

And I don't think you are right about this anyway, else how come the
LDS holds copyright of the films it has made of UK parish registers?

The National Library of Scotland reserves copyright on all
reproductions in its collections. And what is a reproduction if not a
copy?

Just two examples.



Judy



On 29 Jul 2007, at 19:50, Pat Asher wrote:

> At 02:38 PM 7/29/2007, Freeps List Admin wrote:
>> That is not correct. A copy, no matter how produced, is an original
>> work eligible for copyright protection.
>
> Aargh! That sentence should read:
>
> A copy, no matter how produced, is NOT an original
> work eligible for copyright protection.
>
> Pat
>


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