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Re: A simple question

From: Hyman Rosen
Subject: Re: A simple question
Date: Mon, 22 Feb 2010 11:55:25 -0500
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On 2/21/2010 1:25 PM, RJack wrote:
How can someone infringe on another's copyrighted work without
violating one the specific exclusive rights as described in sections 106
through 122 and section 106(A)? The answer to this question could
resolve many disagreements among open source license debaters.

Why do you believe that someone is claiming copyright infringement
outside of the enumerated rights of 17 USC 106? Even the FSF's wrong
opinion about dynamic linking rests on the incorrect belief that it
involves creating a derivative work, which is one of the enumerated
exclusive rights. The claims are about copying and distributing works
without permission of their rights holders, just as in 17 USC 106.

You seem very confused. Perhaps it is time for you to mention
preemption again?

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