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Andrew Murn (amurn@tpgi.com.au)
Tue, 27 May 1997 17:04:56 +1000


At 09:24 PM 5/26/97 -0700, Ken Testa wrote:
>What would be suggested for gaining approval for posting the CU-SeeMe logo
>on a personal web-page?

1. Don't post it on your HP. Create a link to it. You're only breaching
copyright if you copy it onto your own computer and link to that.

2. Because linking to the picture will create an extra drain on CUSeeMe's
computer, you'll prob'ly find that they'd prefer that you copied it to your
own computer. So if you ask nicely, they'd prob'ly say "OK".

How's that for lawyer-speak? *grin*

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