1994-02-01 - Re: archiving on inet

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From: Mike Godwin <mnemonic@eff.org>
To: jazz@hal.com (Jason Zions)
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Message ID: <199402012105.QAA11615@eff.org>
Reply To: <9402012033.AA01805@jazz.hal.com>
UTC Datetime: 1994-02-01 21:10:40 UTC
Raw Date: Tue, 1 Feb 94 13:10:40 PST

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From: Mike Godwin <mnemonic@eff.org>
Date: Tue, 1 Feb 94 13:10:40 PST
To: jazz@hal.com (Jason Zions)
Subject: Re: archiving on inet
In-Reply-To: <9402012033.AA01805@jazz.hal.com>
Message-ID: <199402012105.QAA11615@eff.org>
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Jim writes:

> I do not know if you retain copyright in the small part of
> the work which represents your own intellectual property (i.e. what you
> say), but I suspect it could be argued that you gave your permission to
> broadcast your work when you called in to begin with. It gets murkier to me
> with respect to compensation from the sale of transcripts or recordings.
> Mike, is there case law here?

Not to my knowledge. But there's no disputing among lawyers that copyright
law applies.