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  1. #21  
    I have an idea of where you can get the file, if yuo want more information you can contatact me
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  2. #22  
    http://home.earthlink.net/~jimknopf/ has a Palm Sorting Hat!!! Check it out!
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    I'm 14 and love visor + harry potter. hmm, it seems ILLEGAL to have hp e-books but oh well, I'm a bad wittle boy . maybe if you buy the books you are legally entitled to a version for your palm.

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  4. #24  
    Originally posted by miradu2000
    maybe if you buy the books you are legally entitled to a version for your palm.
    Like with MP3s, if you buy the CD, aren't you allowed to get MP3s of it? And with ROMs from Video Game cartriges, aren't you allowed to have an emulator and the ROMs, if you own the game system and the cartridges.
    But it might also be that you only can use 1 at a time because you only paid for one.

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  5. #25  
    There are specific music exemptions in the copyright
    laws. 17 USC 1008.

    There are no exemptions for books.
  6. #26  
    Originally posted by dfinberg
    There are specific music exemptions in the copyright
    laws. 17 USC 1008.

    There are no exemptions for books.
    Well, what about gameboy's? I know that you can get a ROM is you own the cartrige itself. Is there an exemption for electronics too? Personally, in my limited knowing of copyright laws I would bet that the exemption would apply to all data forms (music, books, games, etc..) because when you get down to it, all it is is data that were making copies of.

    BEN
  7. #27  
    The truth? You can't handle the truth.

    You are allowed to make ROM images of games you own
    for archival purposes. You clearly aren't allowed
    to distribute them. Personal ownership is a bit
    murkier. Without going too much into fair use, if you
    are destroying a potential market for something that
    would violate fair use. So if Sony could show that they
    could sell ROM images (and it seems clear they could), I
    would believe they would not be legal. Yes, I know you've heard that you can, but so far as I can tell that is complete BS.

    Of course, this wouldn't get resolved until it went to
    the courts. And the standard I ain't a lawyer applies.

    Read the code, it really doesn't apply to data. Send a check to the FSF foundation if you think it should...


    17 USC 1008

    No action may be brought under this title alleging infringement of copyright based on the manufacture,
    importation, or distribution of a digital audio recording device, a digital audio recording medium, an
    analog recording device, or an analog recording medium, or based on the noncommercial use by a
    consumer of such a device or medium for making digital musical recordings or analog musical
    recordings.

  8. #28  
    I won't go into any legal or moral implications here, but if its books your looking for, head to IRC channel #bookwarez on Efnet.

    They have all the potter books I believe, although they primarily have technical books (MCSE books, SQL, C++, TCPIP).

    -Visorholic
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