Copyright Infringement and Me
Nov. 3rd, 2010 @ 11:14 pm
In general, I agree with the arguments against retaliating in kind. EXCEPT that the "editor"'s claim that the web is considered public domain should be construed as placing the web edition of their "magazine" thus in public domain (by editorial intent if not by actual law) and thus provide an ironclad defense, should it not?
(i.e., Two wrongs don't make a right, burt this is arguably not a wrong. Oh, except that they may, for all we know, have obtained other contents by similar malfeasance and one wouldn't want to magnify that.)
On second thought, class action and statutory damages look like a better option, with maybe a decent chance of putting them out of business.
|Date:||November 4th, 2010 07:03 pm (UTC)|| |
|(Link)|they may, for all we know, have obtained other contents by similar malfeasance
They have. There is an ongoing list on Cooks Source's FB discussions page.
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