>In this brave
>new electronic world my home page resides on a file server at the
>University of Maryland, yet if some distant country -- Borneo, say --
>decides that it wishes to extend copyright protection to two hundred
>years after an author's death, then does this mean that anything I post
>that was written in the nineteenth century is in violation of Borneo's
As I understand it, very second-hand, you could be sued by the
author's estate under this mythical copyright law in Borneo, but unless you
had assets in that country, this is not a problem. This is certainly how
the law is believed to apply in the UK, however, I don't believe it has
been test yet.
David McNamara =88;-)
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