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Welcome to Copyright Questions & Answers. The questions and answers in this blog began in 2006 when I started a Q&A column in The Copyright & New Media Law Newsletter. You will note at the end of each question there is a reference to a year and issue of this Newsletter. All of the published questions are in this blog, with the hope that you will ask further questions to add, and together we will answer your copyright questions. Note: do not act upon these answers as legal advice; always get legal advice when in doubt.
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