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    tMP Copyright FAQ and Information Fact Sheet

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    theMouthPiece.com is pleased to present for you a .... Copyright Issues Fact Sheet. You will find information within it on a range of topics:
    • tMP Fact Sheet ---- General Copyright Information ----
    • The most frequently asked Copyright questions
    • Computer documents and the Internet
    • The High Costs of Illegal Photocopying -- Photocopying copyrighted music is destructive and against the law.
    • Christian Copyright Licensing International
    • Just to remind you all!
    • MUSIC PUBLISHING A General Overview
    • Useful addresses
    • and the inevitable protection for theMouthPiece.com....

    theMouthPiece.com presents for you a . .. . Copyright Issues Fact Sheet

    What is this new Fact Sheet and Copyright FAQ information all about?

    Many threads on theMouthPiece.com discuss the extremely complex subject of Copyright and its many related issues. It is all too apparent that many of us are confused by the governance and laws relating to copyright and the tMP Team felt that we should put together a new tMP Fact Sheet that is freely available to all tMP visitors and members which will hopefully, in plain English, help us understand some of the ins and outs of UK Copyright law. This FAQ and fact sheet has been compiled with the fantastic help and support of several tMP members who are:
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    ... we are very grateful to each of them for their contribution to this FAQ information. Although the rules of Copyright seem complicated most infringements are done in ignorance rather than with intent. Some of the 'rules' may seem ridiculous from ...
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    Welcome back!

    Well... after much trouble and strife, and what seems an age - at long last we're back.

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