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    ericl, copy right issue of web articles?

    Hi Eric

    My question is....if we copy an article from another web site to be posted here (for informative reason), are we violating their copy right law?

    Or if we state that the article from this particular web site (and provide the link), be enough? Most web sites state that copying their articles are prohibited without permission from the publisher.


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    Any feedback please

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    ah, crap.

    Sorry Smokey, I responded yesterday but that must have been just as our site was attacked.

    Anyways, Yes, I am pretty sure we need to get permission before posting articles. Especially if it says its copywrighted. WIth Audioholics, they are a partner of ours, so we're free to post their stuff. Just give credit to the author and the site.


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