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On Sun, 7 Nov 2010 19:46:35 +0100
Roberto Resoli <> wrote:

If there are multiple authors of a
copyrighted work, successful enforcement depends on having the
cooperation of all authors.

Please.  See busybox.  See kernel.  Those are the projects which have,
by far, achieved the most real-world, court-tested copyright
enforcement of any.  Neither has uniform copyright ownership, and
neither has ever had the "cooperation of all authors" in its enforcement
activities.  I have no idea why this claim still gets repeated.


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