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Klarinet Archive - Posting 001268.txt from 2000/04

From: Topper <>
Subj: RE: [kl] Eddie Daniels
Date: Fri, 28 Apr 2000 22:28:03 -0400

At 06:11 PM +0000 4/28/00, wrote:
>Under the US Digial Copyright Millenia Act, an analog copy of a personally
>owned digital master can be legally made - for personal use only. The
>rights of persons in places other than the US may be (and usually are)
>significantly different.

There is an international copyright convention which does apply
automatically like the olde pan-american copyright which applies. Some
publishers will register in all countries which has copright but really it
comes down to detection and enforcement.

Cheers, Leo
"You Take The High Notes" There is a
difference between "dealers" and musicians that love not only the sound of
music but the tools which make it possible for people to play music. It's
important to set things free so they may ultimately find their way to
their intended parties. I am especially interested in Musical Instrument
History and technical data. Please email me with interesting links. Thank
you:-) Leo

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