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From: Sharon <>
Subject: Re: [Ess] NBI and copyright and closing this thread
Date: Sun, 6 Nov 2005 16:32:44 -0500 (EST)
If you send me one more off-list email, Kevin, I shall
report you for unsolicited spamming. Did the ESFH tell
you to do this to Essex listers, too?
--- Kevin cole <> wrote:
> Hi all
> With regards to the NBI copyright and the other
> 1. The person who buys a CD of NBI is effetely
> agreeing to only using it for
> there own research, (so in doing look up is breaking
> the agreement with
> 2. In regards the someone give out a password to
> gain access to a web site
> by the back door. That can be classed as hacking, by
> some people, and I
> think every one on the internet at some point has
> done a bit of hacking.
> 3. Any information on the internet that is not
> controlled by access rights
> (IE passwords or payments) I would say can be
> classed as free, anything else
> should be classed as copyrighted
> 4. 90% of CD available have been copyrighted by the
> CD owners (i might not
> agree with it as most of you as well) but that is
> the rights of these
> The Email from Pam Downes highlighting the licence
> agreement from the FFHS
> web site i think closes this thread.
> P.S. if anyone has issues with my coments and wishes
> to contact me off list
> i willl be happy to carry on talking to them.
> Kevin Cole
> ESFH# 4920
> Chairman ESFH Southend Computer Group,
> and member of the Executive Committee.
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