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Posted by  Per Corell on October 26, 2002 at 00:00:59:

In Reply to:  Re: Another "World" Trade Center posted by d on October 25, 2002 at 22:12:04:

Hi
How I se it, patents basicly been about documenting . If you check old frensh patent papers you se that as long as well reputated firm have been able to hold and date a cirtain intelectual property it didn't even matter if a thing been inventet before, it all came down to documenting a date, then with this guarentie, anyone in a trial could produce evidence of an earlier date and the case could be settled.
Now I don't hope that a boat design would be off-topic with the scrapbook, also the reson I placed this particular graphics is, that the Yahoo group I had for years holding a few more graphics suddenly disapeared and been gone for more than a month. But to disturbuate graphics describing a cirtain design among the web, shuld prove some kind of intelectural property , as when a web service recive a graphic it is stamped and dated, proving the existance of the design at a cirtain date, ------- isn't this all what is asked within the international copyright rules ?
Now I don't hope I started a trend filling up the scrapbook with off-topic graphics ;))
But with building design things is maby different than with standard copyright issues ?

 
 
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