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Fedor Zuev <Fedor_zuev@mail.ru> writes:

> 	Plagiarism and|or corruption of social, political and,
> especially religious texts was unanimously considered harmful and
> was punishable a millennia before invention of the first copyright
> law[*]. This was solely in the interest of public, without any
> care about author's revenue.

You have confused the issues.  Nobody is suggestiod plagiarism or
corruption.  If the license required that changes be clearly
identified and the name of the original author be preserved, that
would be fine.  


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