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Old 01-08-2013, 01:35 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by SleepyBob View Post
Hmm. But can a person living in the U.S. legally e-mail Gutenberg.au an e-book that is still copyrighted in the U.S.?
No. The sender would be breaking US copyright law by sending it. PG wouldn't be breaking any law by receiving it, though, assuming it was out of copyright in Australia.

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And can he legally receive e-books to proof that are still copyrighted in the U.S.?
No. It would be a copyright violation to download such a book in the US, or have it sent to you.
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