It's illegal to make copies for others. Second engineers have faced lawsuits
behind making samples for their employers' clients.
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From: Andrew Hamilton
What about if someone has purchased a copy of a copyrighted work and wants a
third party (i.e., YOU) to transfer it to a (backup / safety?) copy CD for
them for hire?
Is it legal to give someone (back) both a store-bought copy _and_ a personal
use "dub?," or does the end user have to make his _own_ personal use
Everywhere I've read so far has only mentioned the legality of making copies
for oneself. How about having others make personal use copies (for you)
On Mar 23, 2011, at 10:10 AM, Bob Olhsson wrote: