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April 14, 2008


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No, do you think? Really?


Doesn't this kind of compilation violate copyright laws?

Mary Ellen Bates

re: copyright -- hard to tell. If he uses the content primarily to mash up numbers and generate bogus forecasts, probably not. Otherwise, it's probably an issue. But since the books are print-on-demand, how many people are going to shell out $500 to find out if their copyright has been violated?

Joe Kraus

Reminds me of the CMU CS report generator. http://pdos.csail.mit.edu/scigen/


Joe Kraus

Ooops -- Make that MIT. Mary -- Do you like the paper we "wrote" together?


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