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This faq is a series of six articles that contains frequently asked questions (FAQ) with answers relating to copyright law, particularly that of the United States. It is posted to the usenet misc.legal, misc.legal.computing, and misc.int-property newsgroups monthly, on or near the 17th of each month.
The most current copy of the FAQ is always available for anonymous ftp from charon.amdahl.com [18.104.22.168], in the directory /pub/misc.legal/Copyright-FAQ, filenames part.1 - part.6.
The following table indicates the contents of each of the parts of the FAQ. For each part, the last version in which that part was updated (excluding the reorganization into six parts done as part of V1.1.0) is indicated in parentheses.
|Part 1 (V1.1.0)||Introduction (including full table of contents)|
|Part 2 (V1.0.0)||Copyright basics|
|Part 3 (V1.0.0)||Common miscellaneous questions|
|Part 4 (V1.0.0)||International aspects|
|Part 5 (V1.0.2)||Further copyright resources|
|Part 6 (V1.0.0)||Appendix: A note about legal citation form, or, "What's all this '17 U.S.C. 107' and '977 F.2d 1510' stuff?"|
V1.0 (Jul. 12, 1993) - Initial release. V1.0.1 (Jul. 20, 1993) - Modified Q32 to add information on ftp from charon.amdahl.com V1.1.0 (Aug. 05, 1993) - Reorganized into six parts; minor editorial changes. Added to PAL
This article is Copyright 1993 by Terry Carroll. It may be freely redistributed in its entirety provided that this copyright notice is not removed. It may not be sold for profit or incorporated in commercial documents without the written permission of the copyright holder. Permission is expressly granted for this document to be made available for file transfer from installations offering unrestricted anonymous file transfer on the Internet. Permission is further granted for this document to be made available for file transfer in the Legal Forum and Desktop Publishing Forum data libraries of Compuserve Information Services. This article is provided as is without any express or implied warranty. Nothing in this article represents the views of Amdahl Corporation, Santa Clara University, or the Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law Journal.
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