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March 14, 2007


vibram five fingers

This is especially true for businesses who are not accustomed to the licensing industry and who have a tendency to “forget” that copyright licenses, like all good things, must pass.

vibram five fingers

The key question is whether you continued to permit the infringement even after you had knowledge of the unlawful use.

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