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Old 09-23-2008, 08:35 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by dan_turner View Post
That's interesting, and a small part of the Spiders available online. I note that Munsey's has completely stopped posting original classic noir works, which he'd done, expending considerable expense and sweat-equity, to make us all happy, and apparently not from any financial incentive, following your constant campaign to steal from him.

I wonder, as part of your "artistic judgment," were you ever gonna do anything original, like a scan of your own, or just keep ripping him off?

I'm sure there's a couple hundred left, if it's the latter, but it might help us all out to learn.
From Munsey's Terms&Conditions:

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Unless as otherwise noted on the individual book, all contents of this site copyright 1998-2007 Disruptive Publishing. Said contents released to the public under Creative Commons license Attribution non-commercial.

For redistribution of books on non-commercial sites, a link to the book's source page is required, both on the actual book so distributed, and on any page linking directly to the book.

Example: Strip for Violence, Ed Lacy, acquired from http://www.munseys.com/book/12597/Strip_For_Violence and available for noncommercial use under CC 3.0.
Tell me, where did Dr. Drib violate these terms? Have you actually read the Creative Commons license text?
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