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Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2013 22:17:12 +0100
From: Christian Sciberras <>
To: Valdis Kletnieks <>
Cc: "Mikhail A. Utin" <>,
	"" <>
Subject: Re: how to sell and get a fair price

Valdis, we've had spam companies suing blacklist/antispam companies
Surely an anonymous person legitimately and legally enforcing copyright
can't be harder?

On Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 9:39 PM, <> wrote:

> On Thu, 10 Jan 2013 12:03:03 -0500, "Mikhail A. Utin" said:
> >  After all,a  vulnerability and an exploit are intellectual products. Not
> > sure copyright could be claimed, but why not?
> Actually, claimed or not, if the exploit was coded in a Berne signatory
> country, it's almost always automatically copyrighted at creation (most
> likely
> to the coder, or to their employer if it was a work-for-hire).  In the US,
> there's a exemption for work product of federal employees - that's one of
> the few ways for US-produced material to become public domain (expiration
> of
> term is the other one, but with ever-increasing copyright terms, it's
> unclear
> that anything will ever actually expire in the US).
> More interesting is the question of how to enforce a copyright claim
> while remaining anonymous...
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