[Marketing-Public]directory.mozilla.org (dmoz.org)

Ossi Niiranen marketing-public at mozilla.org
Fri, 23 Jan 2004 15:51:09 +0100


Ok then. If Netscape still exists (the company, I was not referring to the
browser), and the copyright has not been transferred to for example AOL or
the Foundation, there is no need to do anything about it.  

- Ossi

-----Original Message-----
From: marketing-public-admin@mozilla.org
[mailto:marketing-public-admin@mozilla.org] On Behalf Of Daniel Glazman
Sent: 23 January 2004 15:41
To: marketing-public@mozilla.org
Subject: Re: [Marketing-Public]directory.mozilla.org (dmoz.org)

Ossi Niiranen wrote:

> If Netscape no longer exists (or does it?) as a legal entity, it 
> cannot have any copyrights to enforce. Thus the best thing to do would 
> be to replace Netscape with whoever owns the copyright.

Netscape still exists. Netscape is still a legal entity (even if an empty
one) in many countries. I am almost certain the (c) still stands.

</Daniel>

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