Steve -- Can I get permission
to copy your copyright page?
Copyright (C) 2001 by Steve Litt. All rights
By Steve Litt
After I changed Troubleshooters.Com's copyright page to reflect the
been asked several times for permission to copy the Troubleshooters.Com
The answer is no, unless you comply with all of the following
points of compliance:
If your jurisdiction prohibits or limits any of the three preceeding points
of compliance, I will not authorize you to copy or use the Troubleshooters.Com
copyright statement. If you have any legal encumberances that prevent you
to freely agree to the preceding three points of compliance, I will not
authorize you to copy or use the Troubleshooters.Com copyright statement.
You remove all mention of Troubleshooters.Com, Steve Litt, and other info
identifying the origin. The new page must be your copyright page.
You understand and agree that Steve Litt did not consult a lawyer before
creating the Troubleshooters.Com copyright page, and therefore the copyright
page may have substantial legal flaws which could result in loss of content,
or even a lawsuit or other problems.
You agree to absolve Steve Litt, Troubleshooters.Com, American Troublebusters
and/or its successors, from any and all responsibility for any kinds of
damage created by your use of the Troubleshooters.Com copyright page, and
to shoulder such responsibility yourself.
If, and only if, you agree to all three points of compliance, and agree
to abide by them in perpetuity, and if you can legally make such an agreement,
then I authorize you to use the Troubleshooters.Com copyright statement
to make your own copyright statement or license agreement.
Note that the "fair use" doctrine of copyright law might make my permission
unnecessary. But if you do not, or cannot, comply with the preceding three
points of compliance, then I will not give my permission to copy or use
the Troubleshooters.Com copyright statement.
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