[PGCanada] Movement?

Wallace J.McLean ag737 at freenet.carleton.ca
Fri Dec 10 08:36:35 PST 2004

----- Original Message -----
From: Carlo Traverso <traverso at dm.unipi.it>

> You might consider to cooperate with PG-EUROPA, that is located in
> Serbia, under life+50 rules. They plan starting in a few days.
> Contact  Zoran Stefanovic <zstefanovic at rastko.net>

Carlo, a big grazie for the heads-up on the Serbian effort.

Zoran, would you be interested in at least lurking on the pgcanada 
list, or otherwise keeping me (or us) up to speed as to what you are 
doing in those last remaining islands[A] of life+50 in Europe? Hvala!

[Footnote A: Actually, I've been doing some interesting research on the 
breakdown, which countries are life+70 or more, which are life+50 or 
less. The life+70 club is actually barely 20% of the world's 
population, and that's counting some countries which have promised, but 
not yet actually legislated, life+70.

Life+50 is about 55%, and counting India, with its eccentric life+60, 
and the few countries with shorter terms, 2/3 of the world lives -- and 
creates -- with less than life+70 years of copyright. The international 
standard is not, despite what the propogandists will have you believe, 

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