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Old 08-12-2011, 04:33 PM   #27
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if they digitize it into memory and then email it to you they still retain a copy in memory.
Until they delete it, yes. The web proxy probably holds a copy for some time, too. Any sane copyright legislation takes that into account and dismisses it instantly.

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... the next time someone sends them the same book they might save themselves the time and just email the copy they made from your book.
I'm perfectly happy to draw the line at that.
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