Re: Follow Me Boys
Jonathan Dixon (dixonj@ROCOCO.COLORADO.EDU)
Sat, 2 Mar 1996 20:14:43 MST
> I previously wrote...
> > > Have you thought of checking with your library? I just checked our librar
> > > on-line catalog and our system has 2 copies (none of which are presently
> > > available mind you). You can copy these as long as they are for your own
> > > use, and you don't use them to make any money.
> I must apologize for making an incorrect statement. I meant to say...
> You can SHOW these as long as they are for your own use, and you don't use
> them to make any money.
> It is ILLEGAL to copy these videos unless permission is granted by the
A question -- since if I remember correctly, the Supreme Court ruled
that it was permissible to tape movies off of cable for personal use
(as long as you don't make money off of it), how does that differ from
making a copy of the original? What about making a copy of the copy
from the cable broadcast? Is there anyone out there in Scouts-L land
who can clarify this? (It's something I've wondered about for a long
time; it seems to me one of those areas where the copyright law is
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City