Re: Bug#317359: kde: ..3'rd "Help"->"About $KDE-app" tab calls the GPL "License Agreement", ie; a contract.
On Wednesday 13 July 2005 05:10 pm, Rich Walker wrote:
> "Sean Kellogg" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > "If individual A is authorized to distribute software, and individual B
> > initiates an action that results in a copy being made of that software
> > from A's distribution server, has B violated the original author's 106(1)
> > rights? Or, as I believe Glenn is suggesting (and may be right...
> > question is really interesting) does the grant to distribute authorize B
> > to give others the right to copy in the process of distribution?"
> Given that Debian is a global distribution, perhaps your question
> should reference something other than local law?
> I checked '"106(1)" rights' on Google, and it appears to be a US legal
> concept. As far as the other 6.1 billion of us go, what is our position?
Umm... you'll excuse me for only being a trained expert on one set of
copyright laws. Foolish me for only spending $30,000 to be trained in US
law. If others want to contribute non-US law, but all means, but I'm only
going to speak to what I have knowledge in.
3rd Year - University of Washington School of Law
Graduate & Professional Student Senate Treasurer
UW Service & Activities Committee Interim Chair
So, let go
...Oh well, what you waiting for?
...it's all right
...'Cause there's beauty in the breakdown