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    Quote Originally Posted by mvp View Post
    I think scientists know plenty about attribution.

    But average rubes in marketing or engineering needing attorneys to help them give credit where it is due? Nah.... they just needed someone somewhere in their undergraduate career to teach them about documenting sources. You don't need to pay someone with a JD to get them to do that.
    You might think so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stacie View Post
    Don't kid yourself, engineers and scientists know plenty about attribution and write quite well. Now, they may have enough EGO to think an idea originated with themselves :-)

    HAHA!!! You hit the nail on the head with that one!



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    When I had a business making one-of-a-kind browbands, I happened upon a website using multiple pics stolen from my site, saying that these browbands were for sale at her tack shop! Talk about bait and switch!
    It didn't take long for her to take those pics down after I explained copyright law.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nojacketrequired View Post
    When I had a business making one-of-a-kind browbands, I happened upon a website using multiple pics stolen from my site, saying that these browbands were for sale at her tack shop! Talk about bait and switch!
    It didn't take long for her to take those pics down after I explained copyright law.

    NJR
    not to mention the bait and switch part.....
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