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Re: [d@DCC] Copyright, eBooks & Public Domain Sources

From: Ron Koster <ron _-at-_ psymon.com>
To: "General Copyright Discussions (questions, organizing, etc)" <discuss (at) list.digital-copyright.ca>
Date: Thu, 6 Oct 2016 13:26:54 -0400
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Hi Russell -- thanks once again for such a great reply!

I have a busy day today, so I might not be able to reply more fully to 
that until tomorrow, but in the meantime I thought you might find this 
of interest. A rather-knowledgeable friend of mine on Facebook pointed 
this out to me. Here's what he wrote...

 > You can indeed claim copyright. You did editorial work. This case is 
similar to what you did.
 >
 > http://www.5rb.com/case/hyperion-records-ltd-v-sawkins/

Interesting court case, at least in how it applies to what I've been 
doing! It's a UK case, but nevertheless it still provides some 
"precedent" with regard to a case similar to my own.

Anyway, I'll get back to your other reply soon (within the next day or 
two), but I thought you might find that court decision of interest, too.

Ron :)
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