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From: Domgrief <fytyxt AT echidna DOT stu DOT cowan DOT edu DOT au>
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: Re: Picture Copyrights
Date: Sun, 22 Jun 1997 23:49:00 +0800
Organization: Computing Student at Edith Cowan University
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Christian Tamasiu wrote:
> 
> Hello!
> I've got an old game I've written some time ago and I now decided to publish it
> as freeware.
> However, this game needs some pictures as background.
> I thought of using classic art pictures like Mona Lisa etc.
> Is this legal or may I get in conflict with copyright?
> 
> Chris.

Copyrights only last for 50 years after an artist dies and LDV is long
dead now - just a thought.

Regards,
Domgrief
ut 
bit-copiers overcame all but those that were on special floppies (where 
some sectors could not be written), and you never see any of that stuff 
now. It's all down to dongles these days, and very popular they are - 
except with their customers, of course ...

Mike.
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