I understand the rules as they are written, and will (as should everyone else) abide by them. However, a question was raised regarding the potential for copyright infringement, or what constitutes it and it will be addressed. I have submitted a request to the Dean of the Harvard School of Law to see if he will help us in this issue. I have not yet received a response.
In lieu of this, the following link was sent to me as it does address infringement:http://info.icopyright.com/honorcopyright.aspPLEASE NOTE:
Before posting this link, I contacted the site administrators to request permission to link to the website. This is the response I received:
"Sure. Linking is not only encouraged, it is appreciated! Almost all the publishers we work with encourage and appreciate linking, and don't expect any compensation, even if the site is a commercial site. It is only when people or websites wish to reprint and/or republish the entire articles, that the publishers expect the user/site to obtain permission and, in some cases, to pay for the reproduction.
Hope this helps,