Re: NTLK copyright

From: jceaser (
Date: Mon Sep 11 2000 - 11:39:02 CDT

I would have to agree. You can use an image in a school report if you cite
the source and you do not publish the report. The work must go from you to
the the TA or you to the class or you to some review board but not you to
the public(web) with out asking to use other peoples work.

on 09/11/2000 11:23 AM, DON at wrote:

> Chris B wrote "Well, Don, You'd hate most any high school report. Because
> rarely do any of
> us contact an author for a photo's rights. And what about copying like my
> senior picstures? Well, I've got a great 8x10 I made. Is that illeagle? It's
> MY photo, but someone ELSE'S copyright..."
> No, not at all. I understand you may reproduce anything for
> educational/editorial purposes.
> AS for your senoir pictures, call the photographer and tall him what you
> did. If it we me, though I try not to deal with the public for just such
> reasons, I'd either send you a bill or a sumons!YES, YES, YES it was and is
> ILLEGAL for you to reproduce those photos. Yes, you own the photo but the
> COPYRIGHT belongs to the photographer or studio. He may sell/transfer the
> copyright and he may not care that you what you did but it still isn't
> LEAGAL. Do you think you own the music on all your tapes, CD etc.? Well, you
> don't. It's just like own the disc not the info on it.
> Don

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