Froggo Zijgeb (croak108) wrote in prolife_vegans,
Froggo Zijgeb
croak108
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Correspondence wi Steven Ertelt 15`3`2010

From: Froggo Zijgeb _To: news@LifeNews.com
Sent: Monday, March 15, 2010 9:34 AM
Subject: Intellectual property
"Copyright 2003-2010 LifeNews.com. All rights reserved."
Why? Wouldn't it be good tu spread the information far & wide?

=======2010/03/15 11:06:39
We don't mind if you forward our stories. But you cant reprint them and call them your own. That's called stealing.
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Steven Ertelt, Editor and CEO
LifeNews.com
P.O. Box 270841
Fort Collins, CO 80527
ertelt@LifeNews.com
http://www.LifeNews.com

=======18:22:30
Not really an answer tu my question. It's called stealing because you have decided tu ::own:: the "stories". If some-one took my toast, it would be called stealing. But if decided tu be generous with it, it couldn't be called stealing.
. My question again: Wouldn't it be good tu spread the information far & wide? THis can best be done if the relevant parts are repeated without all the rest. The message is much more like:ly tu be read if the recipient duzznt have tu wade through a whole news-letter. And the recipient is more like:ly tu repeat it if it isn't covered with intellectual property. Have a look at http://www.lifecharity.org.uk - no hangups about owner:ship of words. And surprise surprise, the uterine murder rate here is half that in USA. THIS IS A RECOMMENDATION. A campaign can't work like a business.
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