Re: "Copyleft" article in New Scientist

From: Seth Johnson <seth.johnson_at_REALMEASURES.DYNDNS.ORG>
Date: Sun, 10 Feb 2002 03:29:45 -0500

Stevan Harnad wrote:
> [. . .] Apart from wanting to be
> properly credited for its authorship (i.e., protected from plagiarism)
> and to be ensured that the text is not altered or corrupted in any way,

I have to confess that I have no real idea what this latter
condition really means. Misattribution of authorship for
subsequent revisions and work is certainly an issue, but
just what does it mean for the author to assert that the
text is not to be altered or corrupted?

> < SNIP >
Received on Sun Feb 10 2002 - 10:32:07 GMT

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