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Said A Man Clearly In Over His Head "Every time you make a copy, technically it's a copyright law violation," said attorney Mark Radcliffe, a copyright expert at DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary in Palo Alto. "But for a long time, there's kind of been an unspoken agreement that if you make copies for your friends, people weren't going to go after you. There's been an argument that that might be a fair use in some way. The whole issue of private copying is a big challenge to American copyright law." filchyboy filchyboy
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