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Comment Re:What the hell, Google? (Score 2) 219

There's a difference between signing over your IP rights and giving someone a license. If I write a book and then bring it to the print shop to have it printed, I'm giving them a license, not handing over the copyright. The difference is that I'm free to (1) make further copies myself, and (2) grant licenses to others without limit.

Comment A much worse example (Score 5, Funny) 503

Last year I visited the museum at Rideau Hall, the official residence of the Governor General of Canada (the representative of the Queen). They had a copy there of the royal letter formally appointing the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada. It was set in Comic Sans. I am completely serious.

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