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THE 7 DEADLY MYTHS OF INTERNET COPYRIGHT

by Attorney David L. Amkraut

AN EXCELLENT RULE OF THUMB: If you do not have specific permission
(preferably written!) from the owner of a photo, you cannot legally display it on a website, post it to the Usenet, copy it, send it around by Email or other means, make photos derived from it, sell it, or otherwise exploit it.

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COPYRIGHT INFORMATION

10 Big Myths about copyright explained (click to read more)

An attempt to answer common myths about copyright seen on the net and
cover issues related to copyright and USENET/Internet publication. - by Brad Templeton

COPYRIGHT INTERNET RESOURCES

U.S. Copyright Office (click to read more)

HOW CAN I TELL WHETHER A BOOK CAN GO ONLINE?

This site is edited by John Mark Ockerbloom, who began the site in 1993. Versions of this site from 1994 through the present are copyright by John Mark Ockerbloom. (click to read more)

If you are not the original creator or copyright owner of the image, you cannot legally redistribute that image. Scanning an image and placing it online is redistribution and it is a breach of copyright. This includes images found in magazines, books, newspapers, greeting cards, calendars, catalogs, CD covers, brochures, etc. You cannot legally scan and redistribute photographs, cartoons, illustrations, drawings, etc., if they are protected by copyright.

You cannot legally create a "fan site" using copyrighted photographs without the expressed permission of the photographer or copyright owner. You cannot "freeze" an image from a television program, movie, or film for redistribution. The television program, movie, or film is protected by copyright as a complete entity and as individual frames.

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CAN'T I SCAN AN IMAGE AND PUT IT ONLINE?

  • If you are not the original creator or copyright owner of the image, you cannot legally redistribute that image. Scanning an image and placing it online is redistribution and it is a breach of copyright.

  • This includes images found in magazines, books, newspapers, greeting cards, calendars, catalogs, CD covers, brochures, etc.

  • You cannot legally scan and redistribute photographs, cartoons, illustrations, drawings, etc., if they are protected by copyright.

  • You cannot legally create a "fan site" using copyrighted photographs without the expressed permission of the photographer or copyright owner.

  • You cannot "freeze" an image from a television program, movie, or film for redistribution. The television program, movie, or film is protected by copyright as a complete entity and as individual frames.

  • It is prudent to assume that everything that is published has a restricted copyright. Check the source of the image you want to scan for its copyright restrictions.

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2/2004
The Anais Nin Trust would like to post the following information with
regard to the use of Anais Nin works online:


The Fiction & Non-Fiction of Anais Nin 1914-1996:
"All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopy, recording, or any information storage and retrieval system without permission in writing from the publisher."

Photographic Supplements:
"All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopy, recording, or any information storage and retrieval system without permission in writing from the publisher."

Copyright includes and is not limited to the following works:
Capra Press: The Mystic of Sex and Other Writings | Swallow Press, Ohio University Press, Macmillan Publishing Co.: D.H. Lawrence: An Unprofessional Study | House of Incest (a prose poem) | Winter of Artifice | Under a Glass Bell (stories) | Ladders to Fire | Children of the Albatross | The Four-Chambered Heart | A Spy in the House of Love | Seduction of the Minotaur | Collages | Cities of the Interior | A Woman Speaks | The Novel of the Future | "Waste of Timelessness" and Other Early Stories

Copyright also includes and is not limited to the following works:
Harcourt Brace & Company: Delta of Venus | The Diary of Anais Nin, Volumes I-VII (1931-1974) | A Photographic Supplement to the Diary of Anais Nin | In Favor of the Sensitive Man and Other Essays | Little Birds: Erotica | The Early Diary of Anais Nin Vol. I (Linotte) (1914-1920) | The Early Diary of Anais Nin Vol. II, III, IV (1920-1931) | Henry & June: From "A Journal of Love" | A Literate Passion (with Henry Miller) | Incest: From "A Journal of Love" | Fire: From "A Journal of Love" | Nearer the Moon: From "A Journal of Love"