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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Well, he's absolutely correct. That's the difference between Copyright and "Urheberrecht," you can't get rid of the latter. But of course you can hand out unlimited usage permissions.
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    Ordinary morality is for ordinary people. -- Aleister Crowley
    • Which is what he does, as he goes on to write later.

      I know about the philosophical difference between the laws – a literal translation of “Urheberrecht” would be something like “author’s right.” Contrast that with the literal meaning of the word “copyright” and you get the right idea: one is about innate rights associated with the creation of a work, the other is about rights over its replication. Obviously, you can’t sensibly declare that you are no l