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* Describe the amount, form and timeliness of payment of any fees for copying and postage the organization may charge.
They do this by crafting special exceptions-librarians are appeased by a special copying privilege for libraries (which requires a legislative definition of "library") and broadcasters are appeased with a special broadcaster privilege (which requires a legislative definition of "broadcaster"), and so on.
It is estimated that software manufacturers have lost billions of dollars in the last decade because of unauthorized use and illegal copying of computer programs.
As a copyright holder myself, I can sympathize with the people who are worried about the Internet's effect on intellectual property rights - as I said before, the Internet is, in a very real sense, a huge copying machine.
While full-color copying remains much more costly and much slower than one-color copying, more than 130,000 color copiers are expected to be in use by 1992.
Music covered by legal private copying is copied by 210,000 people and over 890,000 by 15-79 year-olds living in Finland.
The four main modes used to copy a DVD include copying the entire DVD, copy the DVD without the extras, copy only the main video, and user defined mode.
<They imitated the actions of their parents.> mimic means carefully copying something (as a person's voice) often for the purpose of making fun of it.
In the filing, IMF Publications also charged Credit Suisse with breach of an earlier contract not to redistribute copies of its newsletter and for fraud related to past assurances that the company had ceased all copying.
Written by Brook Berg with illustrations by Nathan Alberg for young students in grades 1 through 4, When Marion Copied: Learning About Plagiarism is the thoughtful and entertaining picturebook story of Marion's copying a paper from the internet, and the lesson which Mr.
"I want to get at how secure a mechanism of information transmission it is to have scribes copying manuscripts," he says.
In an age of easy and ubiquitous copying, that case matters more now than ever.