Re: non-English copyright
Atsuhito Kohda wrote:
> - I do not know about law at all but perhaps from a legal point
> of view only the original copyright is effective and the translated
> one has only a meaning as a reference at most.
Oliver Elphick writes:
> That is correct. However, any court outside Japan would need to be
> given a translation to work from.
I think that a translation of a license is probably binding if it is done
by the author of the subject work.
> ...any court outside Japan would need to be given a translation to work
If that translation is by the author's hand and came to me attached to the
work in question I find it hard to see how a court could fail to hold him
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