Klarinet Archive - Posting 000163.txt from 1998/04
From: "Kevin Fay" <kevinfay@-----.com>
Subj: Re: Copyright Infringement
Date: Sat, 4 Apr 1998 21:50:44 -0500
Then your judges are not following instructions. It is absolutely
standard here in Seattle not to allow any use of photocopies at solo &
ensemble contests, period.
As for the ethical obligations, I happen to be both a clarinet player
who has been asked to judge contests from time to time and a working
member of the Washington State Bar Association (who enforces
copyrights--on computer software--for a living). Any other lawyers who
judge S&E contests would have the same dilemma
----Original Message Follows----
Date: Sat, 04 Apr 1998 17:38:07 -0500
From: "Craig E. Countryman" <cegc@-----.net>
Subject: Re: Copyright Infringement "Rules"
I have to totally back Dee up here. Being a student who has
participated in S & E contests for many years I think the notion of not
giving a student a grade due to the fact he has copied parts is simply
absurd. I have never experienced a judge who has given a second thought
to the idea.
To turn it into a question of ethical integrity on the part of the judge
is way off base. The judge is there not as an officer of the law but to
evaluate a student and his performance. To suggest he is responsible
for monitoring violations of copyright law is ridiculous!!
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