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> work, after all), the copyright remains.  On the Web, there's no implicit
> permission to make more copies beyond the one created by your browser.

Actually, if William puts a document up on William's web server, it's not 
the browser even making the copy, technically. The browser merely asks 
William's machine to make a copy and send it to the browser.

Now, of course, the person using the browser can store it on disk or 
redistribute it or whatever, but that's not what I mean.

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