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Old 05-29-2011, 08:49 PM   #48
nottoocreative
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All I am reading about copyright law really just addresses making a copy of the actual art (as in, making your own stamp, or saying that you are the designer when you are not, or something along those lines). Rubber stamps seem to be in a class by themselves because they are in fact designed to copy the artwork. So, nothing I have read so far (except the one lawyer's opinion on that avvo site) shows me that selling cards, borrowing someone's stamp, or even giving them a few stamped images would be in violation of the copyright laws. Even on that avvo site, they were all careful to say "consult a local lawyer."
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