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Re: GPL misappropriation


From: Alexander Terekhov
Subject: Re: GPL misappropriation
Date: Tue, 04 May 2010 16:10:08 -0000

To clarify: I meant intangible (misspelled it as "intagable") silly dak.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intellectual_property

Alexander Terekhov wrote:
> 
> David Kastrup wrote:
> >
> > Alexander Terekhov <address@hidden> writes:
> >
> > > David Kastrup wrote:
> > >>
> > >> > 2) Copyright law seems even in the US holds that nonexclusive licenses
> > >> > are clearly indivisible and do not automatically grant sublicense
> > >> > rights (a sublicense being a new license issued by a licensee).
> > >>
> > >> The GPL is used for distributing the work as a whole.
> > >
> > > The GPL just can't apply to the BSDL licensed material because the
> > > BSDL doesn't grant sublicensing rights you idiot.
> >
> > Again: as opposed to patents, copyright applies to rights connected with
> > physical copies.
> 
> Copyright licenses apply to *intagable* "works" just like patent

intangible

> licenses apply to *intagable* 

intangible

> "inventions" you moron.
> 
> http://web.mit.edu/osp/www/IP_NDA%20Roundtable%20Handout_10_4_07.pdf
> 
> "Definitions:
> 
> IP is a category of intangible rights protecting the products of human
> intellect that is unique and/or non-obvious with some value in the
> marketplace, including ideas, inventions, literary creations, unique
> names, business models, industrial processes, computer program code,
> etc. patent, trademark, copyright, mask work, and trade secret are
> wellknown examples of Intellectual Property.
> 
> Patent is a governmental grant of right, privilege and authority for any
> useful, novel, and nonobvious inventions. A patent gives the holder the
> exclusive right to exclude others from making, using, selling, offering
> to sell, and importing any patented invention. Note, however, that a
> patent does not provide the holder any affirmative right to practice a
> technology, since it may fall under a broader patent owned by others;
> instead, your patent only provides the right to exclude others from
> practicing it.
> 
> Copyright is a property right in original works of authorship which have
> been fixed in any tangible medium of expression in the particular
> literary work, musical work, computer program, video or motion picture
> or sound recording, photograph, sculpture, etc. A copyright owner has
> the exclusive right to reproduce the work, prepare derivative works,
> distribute by sale or otherwise, and display or perform the work
> publicly. In contrast to a patent which protects the “idea”, copyright
> covers the “artistic expression.”"
> 
> Hth, uh retard dak.

regards,
alexander.

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fundamental principle, no science would ever make any progress."

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