Subject: CC0
From: Alon von Bismark <alvbi@yahoo.com>
Date: Fri, 20 Mar 2009 19:56:47 -0700 (PDT)


Quoting Luis Villa <luis.villa@gmail.com>:

> It seems highly unlikely that anything can, since that right is
> specifically designed not to be possible to contract away.

"Affirmer hereby overtly, fully, permanently, irrevocably and unconditionally waives,
abandons, and surrenders all of Affirmer's Copyright and Related Rights and associated
claims and causes of action, whether now known or unknown (including existing as well
as future claims and causes of action), in the Work (i) in all territories worldwide,
(ii) for the maximum duration provided by applicable law or treaty (including future
time extensions), (iii) in any current or future medium and for any number of copies,
and (iv) for any purpose whatsoever, including without limitation commercial, advertising
or promotional purposes (the
"Waiver")."

Doesn't sound like a contract, eh?

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