"My opinion only-What is considered "moral" and what is considered "legal" are two entirely different things."
My point exactly, John. Just because a thing is legal - copying someone else's work without giving credit or recompense was the example that sparked this exchange - doesn't make it 'moral', 'right' or whatever other judgemental term one wishes to use. One observes copyright because it is a legal requirement but in this case, where Dr. Hobbs seems to suggest 'copyright' may not be applicable, one does the same because it is the moral thing to do, I hope.
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