On Sat, 2003-10-04 at 02:30, D. Starner wrote: > Okay, I have an Algol68 compiler written at Oklahoma State University > in 1971. (This is not a hypothetical - I have this code, and have > considered porting it to a more modern system, say Fortran 77 targetting > a VAX.) Is it clearly in the public domain? I believe that under the pre-1976 copyright act, if it doesn't have a proper notice of copyright, it is in the public domain. Also, I believe it had to be registered to be copyrighted. IANAL, and you should probably talk to one first.
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