On 6/3/2003 10:16:59 AM DCAflyer wrote:
There is no copyright infringement if you quote an article and disclose its source. It clearly was not quoted for commercial purposes. The reason I cut and paste articles is because oftentimes the links don''t work. But from now on, if usaviation wants links, I''ll do that.
Here is the clear language from www.washingtonpost.com''s website on copyright:
"YOU MAY NOT COPY, REPRODUCE, DISTRIBUTE, PUBLISH, DISPLAY, PERFORM, MODIFY, CREATE DERIVATIVE WORKS, TRANSMIT, OR IN ANY WAY EXPLOIT ANY PART OF THIS SERVICE, EXCEPT THAT YOU MAY DOWNLOAD MATERIAL FROM THIS SERVICE FOR YOUR OWN PERSONAL
, NONCOMMERCIAL USE AS FOLLOWS: YOU MAY MAKE ONE MACHINE READABLE COPY
AND/OR ONE PRINT COPY THAT IS LIMITED TO OCCASIONAL ARTICLES OF PERSONAL INTEREST ONLY."
The reproduction of the entire article would be contrary to the Post''s guidelines. Since papers have different standards, its our policy to assume the strictest copyright rights and to not reproduce entire articles verbatim.