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5-07-2008 @ 1:03AM
@ WolfkinMensrea's point is that the copying does constitute copyright infringement, since it's being done without express consent of the author. The equivalent would be if a journalist gained permission to quote a large part of a book in their column (not infringing copyright) as opposed to doing so without any (now infringing copyright).
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