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From:(Anonymous)
Date:November 5th, 2010 11:49 am (UTC)

Copyright infringement

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Indeed, your copyright was infringed. All things considered, not a really big deal, as they did reference you. However, the editor's reply is astonishingly unprofessional, weird, and immoral--especially from someone who claims to have a lot of experience (although I have my doubts about an editor who can't spell the name of a rag she claims to have edited--viz, "Housitonic"). Your request for an apology and a donation to CSJ seems altogether reasonable and fair. What should you do? It depend on how much value you put on your time. If it were I, I'd just bad-mouth them at every opportunity and get on with my life.
--Gary Soucie, formerly editor of Contemporary Surgery and American Angler, executive editor of Audubon, and member of the senior editorial staff at National Geographic.
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From:illadore
Date:November 5th, 2010 01:08 pm (UTC)

Re: Copyright infringement

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National Geographic??!!? Wow! Hello and thank you!
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