Re: conquer relicensing
Michael Poole wrote:
> Arnoud Engelfriet writes:
> > Without a piece of paper with Adam's signature saying otherwise,
> > the copyright remains with him. So Ed should ensure he does not
> > change the copyright notice.
> This is certainly a curious definition of "writing" and "signature" --
> which is to say it is not one governing the law you quote, or the one
> used any place I know of where the legal system has caught on to the
> digital age. See, for example, 15 USC 7001(a):
You're right, I wasn't aware the USA had finally incorporated
that into law. We have had similar laws in Europe for about
three years now.
However I didn't see a signature in the text file.
Only the guy's name.
Arnoud Engelfriet, Dutch & European patent attorney - Speaking only for myself
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