This work by Cyn
at clarior @ wordpress
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I’m not all that into this legal junk. Unfortunately, that seems to represent an opportunity for people who have malice or their own selfish purposes in mind. So here’s the deal —
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- Moral Rights—Recently a crude ripoff of one of my poems was used to spread derogatory lies about me and my friends. Creative Commons observes that unlike many other countries, the U.S. doesn’t grant a writer “moral rights” (like, we may be hypocrites thinking to set moral standards for the universe, but even we do sometimes have our limits). But whether it’s legally binding or not, I ask all readers and any with whom my writing is shared to respect my moral rights. If you wish to make derogatory remarks about me or about anything I write here, use your own words to do so, not mine.