Thomas S. Crum
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Tue Nov 23 06:44:57 PST 2004
Sure looks like it to me.
Thomas S. Crum
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From: owner-freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
[mailto:owner-freebsd-questions at freebsd.org] On Behalf Of Mick Walker
Sent: Tuesday, November 23, 2004 9:34 AM
To: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
Subject: Copyright Issues
Sorry if this post is off topic.
Last night me and a few friends decided to go for a few quiet drinks
after playing football for a few hours. For this we choose a little pub
in the village of Yarm (Close to Middlesbrough in the north east of the
UK), the name does escapes me at this time, but I believe it had some
reference to a 'Ox' in the title.
Now, getting to the point, I was shocked when I went into the toilet
facilities in the pub, and found one of those vending machines that sell
novelty items of a sexual nature, featuring on the design something that
looked remarkably similar to the BSD Daemon.
Having my camera cell phone with me, I took a few snaps which are
The company that supplies these vending machines is called Naughty Vend
(http://www.naughtyvend.com/). I have checked their site, and I find no
reference to and copyright credits to the original artist. To the best
of my knowledge, the BSD Daemon is copyrighted by Marshall Kirk
Is this a case of copyright theft? As obviously they are a profit making
company. Or have i got totally the wrong end of the stick.
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