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Re: FW: Windows Live and Privacy
From: Drsolly <drsollyp () drsolly com>
Date: Wed, 6 Dec 2006 12:25:33 +0000 (GMT)
On Tue, 5 Dec 2006, Brian Loe wrote:
On 12/5/06, Richard M. Smith <rms () computerbytesman com> wrote:
WikiPedia is our friend:
Okay, enough already, this should provide everything we need to know:
And to Solly's exact point:
Microsoft is almost guaranteed to be free to continue their work, best
I cant tell with the information I've thus far gotten through.
No. I thought I'd made this clear. It's my entire ensemble, that is
Here's what Wipo says:
People are not protected by intellectual property rights. But be cautious
when you photograph someone who is wearing something protected by
copyright, industrial design or trademark rights. For example:
* A model wearing a piece of haute couture or some jewelry;
* An actor wearing a theatrical costume; or
* A sportsperson wearing a t-shirt with a badge or logo on it.
All three of the above apply to me. Microsoft (and anyone else) should "be
cautious", unless they're unfortunate enough to photograph me in my
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Re: FW: Windows Live and Privacy Drsolly (Dec 05)
Re: FW: Windows Live and Privacy Fergie (Dec 06)
Re: FW: Windows Live and Privacy Gregory Hicks (Dec 06)