[d@DCC] Response to Henderson item in Jan 9 Ottawa Citizen
leyton at fadingwaysmusic.com
Tue Jan 10 10:56:53 EST 2006
PS - Other than that nasty unfair attitude to students who copy, I agree
with JC Nash and his criticisms of our friend Henderson, of course : )
> Prof. Nash might not be aware that photocopying, much like home taping,
> is subject to a copy levy (Access Copyright) paid by Kinko's and other
> copy shops; and therefore, ESPECIALLY when it comes to overpriced
> textbooks, absolutely legal as far as I am concerned. If I was one of
> his students I'd sue to have the "Prof" removed from J C Nash.
> Neil Leyton
> B.A., B.Ed.
> > Prof J C Nash wrote:
> > > As an author of several books and also as a publisher, I support
> > > copyright and oppose the misappropriation of the work of creative
> > > artists.
> > > (Students get an F if I see a photocopied textbook in their
> > > Readers should not, however, assume that the changes to copyright
> > > Henderson's
> > > CRIA proposes are in any way an appropriate response.
> > I question how you can legally fail someone over posession of a
> > photocopied book?
> > --Peter
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