Re: Kaiser Daily HIV/AIDS Report (7)
I think too that your compilations on HIV/AIDS news are wonderful,
and it's hard work! In the first issue that appeared on AFRO-NETS
(was it on 16 Feb 2001?), there was a footer with a copyright
<<c 2001 by National Journal Group Inc. and Kaiser Family Foundation.
All rights reserved>>. But sometimes in mid-April the copyright dis-
appeared. Does this mean that you encourage its free distribution
and/or translation into other languages? In such case wouldn't a pub-
lic copyright, one that clearly passes all the rights to the general
public, be helpful, e.g.: <<GP(c) General Public Copyright, may be
copied, adapted, translated as long as it remains under General Pub-
lic Copyright. Acknowledgements when the media makes it feasible are
encouraged but not mandatory (e.g. citation, URL, version number,
This would encourage readers to print and to distribute to popula-
tions who don't have access to the Internet, or even to translate
into other languages, without having to ask for permission each time.
Send mail for the `AFRO-NETS' conference to `<firstname.lastname@example.org>'.
Mail administrative requests to `<email@example.com>'.
For additional assistance, send mail to: `<firstname.lastname@example.org>'.