Re: GNU FDL (was Re: Bug#141561: gnu-standards: Non-free =?iso-8859-15?q?software in?= main)
On Wed, Apr 10, 2002 at 03:52:52PM -0400, Dale Scheetz wrote:
> Just look at the new and interesting stories being told by Hollywood about
> everyone from Mr. I. Crane, to Peter Pan. All possible by the expiration
> of those copyrights on the original books.
As a point of fact, Peter Pan is still under copyright in many EU
nations (life + 70 years, and Barrie died in 1937.) Also, Peter Pan is
under an eternal quasi-copyright in Britain, by a special act of
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