Re: [Videolib] Inkwell Images

Gerald A. Notaro (notaro@stpt.usf.edu)
Mon, 16 May 2005 16:20:12 -0400 (EDT)

They can ask for any amount of money to buy the item, but they can't
insist that you purchase PPR for something you legally don't need.

Jerry

Jessica Rosner said:
>> Um the big question is what is the title and do they hold exclusive
>> copyright
>> and only sell directly.
>> Obviously you donšt need PPR but if a company is the only legal source
>> for
>> something they can
>> pretty much ask what they want ( not that you have to buy it) Make SURE
>> there
>> is no other possible
>> source for the title and if you post it on the group someone may be able
>> to
>> help
>>
>> Jessica
>>
>>
>>
>> Anyone familiar with this company?
>>
>> We're looking to purchase a title from them but they are asking for PPR
>> rights
>> costs in contract form. I know I don't need them but am willing to pay
>> if the
>> instructor that initiated the request really has to have the title.
>> What
>> worries me about the company is that they've contacted us with three
>> different
>> costs for the very same PPR contract.
>>
>> I'm interested in hearing others' experiences with this company.
>>
>>
>>
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