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Re: GUADEC report

On Tue, Jul 06, 2004 at 02:32:24PM -0500, John Hasler wrote:
> MJ Ray writes:
> > As such, if a copyright permission condition is an "everything is
> > forbidden except X" trademark enforcement term, then that contaminates
> > other software. It doesn't matter that some other use might not infringe
> > the trademark: it would mean we have no copyright permissions on the
> > licensed software.
> Attempting to use a copyright license to extend trademark rights beyond the
> statutory ones may be copyright misuse.  That could lead to the abuser
> losing his copyright, his trademark, or both.

This is interesting.  Do you have any references where I read more about

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