Leonard Vertighel wrote:* The category "Non-Public Domain Composers" contains composers who agreed to publish their music for free under a Creative Commons license. Connecting this to any (actual or alleged) copyright violations is pure malicious slander.
Leonard Vertighel wrote:lcrighton wrote:Actually, it's libel: slander is verbal, not written.
Thank you for the correction. (English is not my native language.)
Although I don't think a quote can be considered infringing I do have the following information:N.B. I hold copyright on my posts in this forum. U.E. is likely to be infringing copyright by reproducing my work without my consent. Be prepared for my C&D.
Mr. Irons to me wrote:Sorry to bother you again Yagan, but I was wondering whether you could help me regarding this comment, apparently made by you on Oct 2: " Everything on this site is at the very least free and completely legal in Canada, and mostly in the US and EU and AU."
Were you saying - before our C&D letter - that the IMSLP contained material that was not legal in the US, the EU and AU?
By the way, Yagan, you wrote somewhere on the forum how UE had blackmailed, bullied and ravaged IMSLP. I find this blatantly untrue remark rather disturbing, as it only goes to show how little you have understood the course of action we took.
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