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That is the international copyright law.  True here, there 
and everywhere ("and when she's beside me, I know I need never care...").

The problem is knowing if copyright is the right right.  In a case 
where you aren't sure, assert a contract for use and reserve 
all rights specifically.   The copyright establishes you as 
the owner.  That would be useful for making the further claims.


Ekam sat.h, Vipraah bahudhaa vadanti.
Daamyata. Datta. Dayadhvam.h

-----Original Message-----
From: Guy Murphy [mailto:guy-murphy@easynet.co.uk]

Not being a lawyer I can only give a hesitant asnwer, but in the UK I think
it's the other way around... unless otherwise noted material is presumed to
be copywritten, unless you can make reasonable arguement that your
assumption that the content was published with intent for it to be public

I'll leave it to a lawyer to give a definative answer.