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From: Pat Asher <>
Subject: RE: [APG] Use of conference CDs
Date: Fri, 21 Apr 2006 18:56:40 -0400
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In-Reply-To: <200604212242.k3LMgeAt014690@mail.rootsweb.com>

At 06:42 PM 4/21/2006, Mills wrote:
>What's more, because the presenters aren't there, they don't get the chance
>to answer those questions about their material. Instead, the answers reflect
>the interpretation of the local "panelist," who may or may not understand or
>well know the material the presenter covered.

And if you sell CDs of your lectures to others, those others are free to
comment and interpret your words. Again, that has nothing to do with the
author's copyright. The author made the choice to sell the CD. The
purchaser of the CD has the right to make critical/editorial comment. If
you, as the author of the material don't want others editorializing, you
simply do not share with anyone else -- in any format.


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