[mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Simon
Sent: 12 October 2004 11:59
To: Discussion of the Open Guide to London.
Subject: [OpenGuides-London] Re: Copyright stuff on linked images
Rev Simon Rumble writes:
Hmm, can you say "bury head in sand"?
How about some
Or, even, just a decision by Earle whose arse is
line, after all.
calm down, calm down, it's only a commercial... oh, anyway.
A little more discussion from others would be appreciated. We
can have a
two-way debate, but I suggest reference to copyright law is
ayone does anything. I don't have your previous email to hand, but
hyperlinks are indeed what the internet is for, but link to
the page, not to
the image. Using inline images without permission in my mind
is theft of
intellectual property as well as bandwidth; both have value.
That was my original take on this, especially as the site hosting the
Millennium Bridge/St Paul's picture has a copyright notice specifically
asking us not to do this.