1994-02-02 - Re: archiving on inet

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From: “Perry E. Metzger” <pmetzger@lehman.com>
To: jimn8@netcom.com (Jim Nitchals)
Message Hash: 7b9b223d721d37ee590d789b97d82d0ccb79ea155e1cdd5519426709d2570654
Message ID: <199402021218.HAA05396@snark>
Reply To: <199402020036.QAA20961@mail.netcom.com>
UTC Datetime: 1994-02-02 12:20:53 UTC
Raw Date: Wed, 2 Feb 94 04:20:53 PST

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From: "Perry E. Metzger" <pmetzger@lehman.com>
Date: Wed, 2 Feb 94 04:20:53 PST
To: jimn8@netcom.com (Jim Nitchals)
Subject: Re: archiving on inet
In-Reply-To: <199402020036.QAA20961@mail.netcom.com>
Message-ID: <199402021218.HAA05396@snark>
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Now all you have to do is explain what an "expiration date" is and
explain the legal liability of sites that miss cancel messages by


Jim Nitchals says:
> There is.  Copyright 1994 James Nitchals.  Duplication and redistribution
> rights permitted only until the expiration date or issuance of a cancel
> message by the author.
> CD-ROM publishers cannot honor the request except by reissuing the CD-ROM
> without my content.  Anyone who backs up their home directory is safe,
> but if they redistribute my article after it's expired or cancelled, they
> are in violation of my copyright.