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January 30, 2012

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B Johnson

If you don't want people to forward an electronic file (or scan and forward any document) say so - particularly if you're selling the original. If your business model relies on people forwarding newsletters to others you might want to indicate your copyright but welcome unmodified (if appropriate) forwards.

Peter Austin

Wow. This should scare people. Very bad news for Groupon and millions of smaller online retailers, where part of their business model relies on people forwarding newsletters.

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