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May 18, 2010

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Hey there, just want to add the note that physical possession of a work does not confer the rights of copy or control of them to you. To illustrate, Kagan could have submitted the physical object, but conferred no permission or given no licensing to allow anything further than their storage and lending of her thesis (if the latter at all, given the "educational record" possibility). Thanks for the great post!

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