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Miscellaneous News   Miscellaneous News : Amiga Future looks for copyright holders
   posted by AndreasM on 1-May-2011 10:37:49 (2248 reads)
As you all know we release full versions of commercial and shareware titles on the Amiga Future homepage and the cover CD.

The type of software doesn't matter, i.e. games, applications, drivers or CDs. We want to preserve all commercial titles.

For more click... read more.


To do this in a legal way we need the permission of the individual copyright holders.

The biggest problem is to find the copyright holders.

That's why we ask you to help.

Do you stay in contact to copyright holders of shareware or commercial software?
Do you know some in person or did you have contact with someone a short time ago?

Then please drop us an email at: redaktion@amigafuture.de

Also we look for someone who can help us establishing contacts to some italian, french and american companies. This means ideally someone who has a origin there and could phone those companies.

http://www.amigafuture.de
    

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Templario 
Re: Amiga Future looks for copyright holders
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For me, no problems with my software.


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Re: Amiga Future looks for copyright holders
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I dunno, seems a tough rocket to do (unless one is ready for IP-infringement insurance ).

Could be a nice idea to post it on the Linkedin AmigaScene group.

Last edited by DiskDoctor on 02-May-2011 at 04:27 PM.


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