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Re: Question reguarding GNU FDL license

From: Alexander Terekhov
Subject: Re: Question reguarding GNU FDL license
Date: Thu, 14 Sep 2006 12:38:33 +0200

David Kastrup wrote:
> Alexander Terekhov <> writes:
> > You're talking bullshit, GNUtian Tobin. In the GPL context, B's right
> > to give a ("lawfully made") copy to C is not an exclusive right of A
> > and hence it can not be licensed. It's statutory right. 17 USC 109,
> > idiot. A copy can be "lawfully made" if it is made by the copyright
> > owner, made with the authorization of the copyright owner (i.e.
> > license),
> And a copy made under a license retains the license obligations.  

A copy (i.e. material object) "retains" no obligations, retard. A copy
is not a legal person, stupid. Obligations of license contract are 
"retained" by licensors and licensees, not copies made under license 


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