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RE: Cpyright of figures used in theses
I would think it is still _pro forma_ to ask for permission. I have been
asked for the use of my work in dissertational theses, and as such that shows
that some intend to follow the spirit of artists' use, as well as how copyright
laws work despite any publication, private use, professional work treatment
that is given to the piece in question.
Jaime A. Headden
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> Date: Mon, 29 Jun 2009 20:25:45 -0300
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> To: VRTPALEO@usc.edu; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Cpyright of figures used in theses
> Hi, I wish to know if you can take figures from published sources for
> use in theses without need of permission from the publishers. In case
> one can not, would the same apply to re-drawings? How do you prove
> that you have permission? Would it suffice with an e-mail from the
> publishers giving permission?
> Thanks a lot.
> Augusto Haro.
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