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Article on Andy and his girlfriend


From the Times:

Murray pays lip service to secret girl

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,5205-2050335,00.html

-- Edited by Peter at 13:35, 2006-02-21

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Where did this article come from???


 


It's ok, found it now.  It's from The Times.  I think it would help if you gave the source of any newspaper/on line articles that are typed up as a post.




-- Edited by Josh at 11:53, 2006-02-21


Edited again - article has since been sourced and only available by link!



-- Edited by Josh at 16:26, 2006-02-21

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"I think it would help if you gave the source of any newspaper/on line articles that are typed up as a post."


I would second that.



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And I would third it - as well as courteous, it is much safer copyright-wise!


Funny article by the way. Drat, his good luck charm will not be in Memphis!





-- Edited by Madeline at 13:46, 2006-02-21

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I worry about the status of this site copywright-wise.


Now it is established as probably the best resource on the net for up to the minute information on Brittish tennis it would be a real shame if it fell foul of copywright law.


Sadly the advice given on other messageboards which I visit is that copying out an entire newspaper article is not allowed.



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I have certainly seen articles copied on MTF, but ALWAYS fully sourced.

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Madeline wrote:

I have certainly seen articles copied on MTF, but ALWAYS fully sourced.



Strictly speaking you should not be cutting and pasting articles as it is a vialation of copyright. However, if you provide a link and preferably add the copyright at the bottom of the article there shouldn't be a problem.

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