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Old 05-11-2010, 09:42 AM   #11
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That, however, is referring to so-called "pirated" goods, which are an entirely different matter. For example, the final Sherlock Holmes book, "The Case-book of Sherlock Holmes" is still under copyright protection in the US, even though it's in the public domain virtually everywhere else in the world. I can perfectly legally bring a public domain copy of this book with me from the UK to the USA, even though it wouldn't be legal for me to download it in the USA.
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