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Re: copyright issue (fwd)
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- Subject: Re: copyright issue (fwd)
- From: Heiko Recktenwald <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 24 Mar 2000 16:00:09 +0100 (CET)
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Doesn't your firm regularly advertises its expertise in copyright matters?
Why not ask Mr Lehman?
At 07:48 24/03/00 +0000, you wrote:
>hello, I am a newcomer from The L & A Law Firm, one of the biggest law
>firms in China. Hereafter is the first topic I brought to this forum.
>Thanks in advance for your ideas.
>As developing our website, we would like to put on line some reports
>acquired from US embassy & Foreign Commercial Service (FCS). Since these
>articles are mainly introduction of the currently status of China market
>or specific industry sector, we think it might help foreigners in seeking
>business opportunity in China.
>As I understand, according to public policy, government documents do not
>have copyright. Nevertheless, FCS claimed in the reports that:
>¡°INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHT, U.S. & FOREIGN COMMERCIAL SERVICE AND THE US
>DEPARTMENT OF STATE, 1999. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES¡±.
>I think they shall not enjoy the copyright even though they claim so. But
>I want to make sure that we will not infringe others¡¯ rights in any
>respect. Would you please give me some suggestions to solve the problems?
>Your comments are very important and will be highly appreciated.