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  • Re: Please Address Public Domain Use/Republication Restrictions for Logos Users

    [quote user="Jan Krohn"] [quote user="MJ. Smith"] I understand now. But I doubt that they would be able to do it as copyright laws vary by country. I know of some specific oddities (from the American perspective) in the British public domain rules that affect the West Gallery singing community. [/quote] Exactly. The EULA is a legal binding contract
    Posted to General by Under on Wed, Mar 2 2016
  • Re: Please Address Public Domain Use/Republication Restrictions for Logos Users

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] AFAIK the switch to the forums happened a bit before Logos 4. [/quote] Maybe you're right. It's been a while since I've had the opportunity to use Logos, but I thought for sure I had Logos 5, and I know I've posted on the forum once before (yet here I am with no old posts on the counter). [quote user="MJ. Smith"] What I fail
    Posted to General by Under on Tue, Mar 1 2016
  • Re: Please Address Public Domain Use/Republication Restrictions for Logos Users

    I'm from the Logos 5 time-period by the way, I just never really used the forums after they switched them over. I don't currently use Logos on my computer, because I don't have windows or Mac (which makes Biblia.com very useful for accessing and using my Logos books, when I want to).
    Posted to General by Under on Tue, Mar 1 2016
  • Re: Please Address Public Domain Use/Republication Restrictions for Logos Users

    [quote user="Jan Krohn"] https://www.logos.com/copyright-permissions " There are no restrictions on the use of public domain content delivered through Faithlife / Logos services and applications." However, I assume that only the plain text content is in the public domain. All the tagging etc. surely is not. [/quote] That's good to hear. I still think
    Posted to General by Under on Tue, Mar 1 2016
  • Please Address Public Domain Use/Republication Restrictions for Logos Users

    Faithlife has many Public Domain books digitized, and at a comparatively higher quality than some other places online. The EULA states that the Content (the books, media, etc.) are not copyrighted by Faithlife/Logos, but that they may not be copied outside of making backups for the licensed user, and must be treated as copyrighted. It would be nice
    Posted to General by Under on Mon, Feb 29 2016
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