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Oh I missed that. Yes the copyright law requires for profit schools to get
PPR for ANYTHING they use in a class.
On 11/19/08 11:42 AM, "Dennis Doros" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I had to make sure from your website that you were a non-profit, but since you
> are, it's definitely legal to accept the copy and show it in a classroom.
> Jessica can correct me if she wants to (as if this is a question!) since this
> area of copyright is not something I concern myself about, but I believe a
> for-profit like Devry needs PPR for everything.
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I had to make sure from your website that you were a non-profit, but since = you are, it's definitely legal to accept the copy and show it in a classroom= . Jessica can correct me if she wants to (as if this is a question!) since t= his area of copyright is not something I concern myself about, but I believe= a for-profit like Devry needs PPR for everything.
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