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Re: [upcoming] The European Court of Justice on 'Software' First Sale


From: Tim Jackson
Subject: Re: [upcoming] The European Court of Justice on 'Software' First Sale
Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2012 10:30:56 +0100
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On Mon, 08 Oct 2012 11:19:04 +0200, Alexander Terekhov wrote...

> Providing access to copyrighted work with permission to make copies
> directly by recipients instead of 'trading' material objects with
> copyrighted work fixed on/in them doesn't change the status of copies
> lawfully made 

What it doesn't change is the fact that whether they are "lawfully 
made" is irrelevant.   

> (no matter who made them) and owned by strangers with
> respect to copyright and further distribution under doctrine of
> exhaustion -- in both cases copies fall under exception to the exclusive
> distribution right.

It follows that that's wrong too.  

I've given you the reasons for all this many times over.  I'm not going 
to repeat them any further.

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Tim Jackson
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