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Re: [ProgSoc] the site: alpha version
On Wed, Jul 10, 2002 at 08:32:39PM +1000, Greg Sherwood wrote:
> Nicholas FitzRoy-Dale wrote:
> At 8:16pm on the 10th of July, Greg Sherwood wrote:
> If I hold copyright to a site - I hold copyright on all text and images
> contained within.
> Does this really extend to all code to generate the content?
> Assuming you wrote that code, and it's nontrivial - yes, yes it does.
> The very nature of the web goes against code copyright. The web is all bu
> open-source itself.
> No laws could ever change that.
Argue all you like, but it's still the law. Your statement is
Last I looked (2000), Squiz's bread and butter was web design, not
content. I would have expected you all to be not only well-versed in
copyright issues as they apply to the web, but motivated to try and
use copyright to protect your designs. Now, I tried to look at
Squiz's site again to see if your focus had changed, but it doesn't
work in my browser.
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