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Old 06-19-2003, 04:04 PM   #5
radleyp
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Visorprismman: if you reproduce the pages for your own use, there is no violation. The tricky question is what you mean by "own use". Suppose you are a teacher and reproduce pages (not whole books) that you distribute to your students. Is that "fair use"? Almost certainly not, and publishers will attack you. A lot of it comes down to how much copying (and money) is involved. radleyp
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