2 posts • joined 7 Jun 2007
In the UK there's no law of fair use. We need one.
No we don't. The copyright laws we already have are quite comprehensive - you should try reading them some time. For a company to prove you guilty of breaking the law, they have to prove that you have caused them material loss, and none of the activities you have described do that.
.co.uk - why hide the fact that it's a British success?
Keep the site British. Why should we Brits be the only people on the planet to hide their national identity?
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