[LINK] phone tones copyright
Fri, 5 Oct 2001 11:05:25 +1000
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> From: Rick Welykochy[SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: Friday, 5 October 2001 10:52
> To: Rowe, Joshua
> Cc: Link List (E-mail)
> Subject: Re: [LINK] phone tones copyright
> "Rowe, Joshua" wrote:
> > from: http://www.magnus-opus.com/number_check.html
> > "Magnus-Opus
> > You may be inadvertently performing one of the Magnus-Opus melody series
> > each time you use your telecommunications device (telephone, mobile
> > telephone, modem and other internet devices).
> If I play a copyrighted tune on my piano, I am violating copyright?
> If I hum a copyrighted tune, I am violating copyright?
> If I recite words from a copyrighted book, I am violating copyright?
> Oh, this is a joke. Pardonez-moi!
Yes, it's a joke and a good one....
But if you do those things in a public place including your workpalce you
may be infringing copyright...
The right of public performance....