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Author Topic: Scandinavian or Murano?  (Read 3004 times)

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Re: Scandinavian or Murano?
« Reply #30 on: April 11, 2008, 12:05:05 PM »
I have actively sought permission to use images from CGR, from the publishers of CGR/Glass Review, and have several scans on my web-site, fully acknowledged, with permission from the editors. The images I posted cannot be copied, without other people seeking copyright permissions from the Czech Republic.
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Re: Scandinavian or Murano?
« Reply #31 on: April 11, 2008, 02:15:48 PM »
Marcus, thanks for publicly clarifying the position re CGR which I know you have previously told me privately, it's useful to have that on record.

Graham, just to clarify further, lecasson on the GlassGallery is sklounion on the GMB (i.e. both id's are Marcus). Whilst the GMB is hosted by Angela Bowey, the GlassGallery itself is hosted by me here in the UK, and whilst it was set up to provide a dedicated service only for GMB users it is ultimately subject to the rules of usage of my web hosting service in which copyright matters are enforced, and as soon as any item which breaches copyright is brought to my attention the user is asked to remove it or I will do so. GlassGallery states in many places "Please ensure pictures are copyright free, copyleft, or that permission has been sought if you are not the copyright owner."
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