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  •  You may have violated copyright (2+ / 0-)
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    Quicklund, OIL GUY

    I believe you pasted the entire article. But if you look below the article you will see this:

    © 2012, ↑ Libya Herald
    So the article is the property of Libya Herald, and I am not sure if you can reproduce the entire article word for word.

    Give us a few quotations articulating what you want to say and then the link. If we need more info we can access the link and read the entire article.

    •  He should have been banned long time ago (0+ / 0-)

      for all these copyright violations.    I think Kos needs to ask Meteor Blades to start moderating again.

      •  Attention Copyright police in defence of dictators (2+ / 0-)
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        Zornorph, killjoy
        Herald Editor editor@libyaherald.com

        Aug 30 (2 days ago)

        to me
        Of course you can use it, providing you mention it's from Libya Herald.

        Michel Cousins
        Editor.

        On 30 Aug, 2012, at 7:33 PM, Clay Claiborne wrote:

        Thank you for your great publication.

        I am requesting permission to reprint A Crippling Silence as part of a piece I am doing on Women and the Libyan Revolution for the Daily Kos. This is a non-profit use and you can see my other pieces in support of the Libyan Revolution here.

        I feel this request is prudent on my part mainly because some people at the Daily Kos opposed to the Syrian's struggle against Assad, attempted to raise copyright issues to block the publication of this piece I did in support of that struggle.

        In Solidarity,

        Clay

        Remember history, Clay Claiborne, Director Vietnam: American Holocaust - narrated by Martin Sheen

        by Clay Claiborne on Sat Sep 01, 2012 at 01:15:11 PM PDT

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    •  This is his second diary this week (0+ / 0-)

      in which he has flagrantly violated copyright laws. I don't know why he is persisting in this folly, but I am reporting it to the admins.

      Here's my take on it - the revolution will not be blogged, it has to be slogged. - Deoliver47

      by OIL GUY on Sat Sep 01, 2012 at 01:25:54 PM PDT

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