Re: Clipart

From: Martha Luehrmann <Martha_Luehrmann[_at_]macmail2.lbl.gov>
Date: 3 Sep 1996 16:04:22 -0700

On 8/31/96 Mary Barnett asked about using some Claris clipart on her webpage.

Check the license and documentation that came with the clipart. Most clipart packages usually allow unlimited use of the art (and derivations of the art), but it will be spelled out in the shrinkwrap license.

Martha Luehrmann
MRLuehrmann[_at_]LBL.gov



> Date: 8/31/96 11:33 AM
> To: Martha Luehrmann
> From: cni-copyright[_at_]cni.org
>
> A colleague asked me about using clipart on our website and I thought
> I would also pose the quesion here. The clipart comes from a Claris
> software package which we purchased.
>
> * How does clipart differ from images/photographs?
> * Can we use it on our website without requesting permission from
> Claris (or others)?
> * Are there other issues we should be aware of/attend to before we
> would do this?
>
> Thanks for any advice and/or guidance you can offer.
>
>
> *************************************
> Mary Barnett
> CD-ROM Copyright/Permissions Editor
> E-mail: mbarnett[_at_]enc.org
> WWW: http://www.enc.org
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Received on Tue Sep 03 1996 - 23:10:07 GMT

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