On Mon, 2003-10-13 at 10:47, Joe Moore wrote: > Many technical books come with a CD of examples from the book, or similar > material. A copy of the source could easily be distributed on that CD.* > > * The book could not legally be sold without the CD, since the seller would > not be fulfilling the reqs of the GPL. The publisher couldn't legally sell the book without the CD (or 2(b) notice); however, anyone else could buy a copy from the publisher, remove the CD, and resell it. See the "first sale" doctrine.
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