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Posted Aug 10, 2011 15:53 UTC (Wed) by corbet (editor, #1)
Of course, first I'd have to get a cat.
Posted Aug 10, 2011 16:06 UTC (Wed) by rleigh (subscriber, #14622)
In the absence of explicitly assigning copyright, what would happen in normal circumstances? Does it become public domain, or the property of someone else (e.g. family, dependents, government)? It's something I would definitely consider when it comes to making a will, and I hope I'm not alone in wanting to know more about what the best options are for ensuring one's works are kept Free.
Posted Aug 10, 2011 16:59 UTC (Wed) by tetromino (subscriber, #33846)
The copyright would pass to your heirs in accordance with your local intestacy laws.
Posted Aug 11, 2011 12:58 UTC (Thu) by kpfleming (subscriber, #23250)
Posted Aug 10, 2011 17:42 UTC (Wed) by dmarti (subscriber, #11625)
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