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Going the other way, its also incredibly easy to get around copyright and
make a small fortune "knocking" off a copyrighted design. Target and Wal
Mart watch counters are filled with rip-offs of Rolex copyrighted trade
Yet a small Hip-Hop group who use "Sampling" and sound collage under Fair
Use or a teacher using transparencies from books and magazines in class can
be shut down on the off chance that it might somehow constitute copyright
From: Pablo90512 <Pablo90512>
>I have quit making copies of anything that is copyrighted. Companies are
>taking their "rights" very seriously and if you are in violation, the
>district will not support you. Our school district has it written
>specifically in the handbook. Whether a company lets you do it or
>not....doesn't mean that it is legal....it's still very much illegal even
>Kinko's of course makes people sign..this is to protect them. Office Max
>probably hasn't been sued yet.