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  •  I mean of course, if I link to it (0+ / 0-)

    and the Uni is hosting it. As they so often do. And if not, am I the one footing the bill?

    I use copyright material all the time in teaching. Who, in most Departments, doesn't? It's considered fair use generally. I think that's under the Digital Millenium Copyright Act, but can't recall. It's legal, but occasionally contested, at any rate. Like how you can't copy a book at some Kinko's... but can copy a whole book at the school library or make and upload a .pdf to an educational site or opensource database.

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