On Wed, Aug 11, 1999 at 11:23:07PM -0400, Tim Pierce wrote:
> What they are claiming is permission to use messages posted on lists
> they host, and that you can't take this permission away from them.
They are claiming a good deal more than that (the right to create derivative
works in any and all media for starters). I don't have a problem with them
setting up an agreement that gives them legal protection to provide the
service they're providing: distributing and archiving mailing list messages.
Unfortunately they are drawing a much wider circle than that.
Lazlo Nibble - email@example.com - http://www.studio-nibble.com
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