Re: License for EVM?

From: Alan Dechert <adechert_at_earthlink_dot_net>
Date: Fri Aug 15 2003 - 13:18:04 CDT

>
> Such a claim absolutely, and unambiguously, has legal merit. In a joint
> work, each contributor has an independent copyright interest in the
> work. Publication can only be authorized with the consent of EACH AND
> EVERY contributor. This is true of a book, and article, a drawing...
> and of a software system. E.g.:
>
> http://www.bitlaw.com/copyright/ownership.html
>
> As things currently exist, I could send an (enforcable) cease-and-desist
> letter to UC, or whoever conducted the demo, ....
>
Okay, maybe you have a point. Let's take whatever steps are needed to
nullify this possibility. But let's confine this to the demo. I don't want
to get too involved in the production project because there are too many
factors we don't know yet.

Alan

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