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to determine whether a copy was made within the meaning of the copyright act, the general rule is that a copying machine or other process is deemed to be the equivalent of an original "printing, authoring, dramatizing, photographing, filming, or other visual imaging process," if it "makes a sufficient number of distinct and materially different copies to constitute an unauthorized derivative work." section 110(3). but for the purposes of the act, and without endorsement from the copyright owner, a copy is the equivalent of an original work only if the copy is "limited to one of a series of similar copies that are not distributed to the public by the owner of the copyright in the original work and that are intended not to become separable or identifiable as an independent item within that series when distributed to the public." section 110(4). this definition is closely related to the one set out in the revised definition of a "copy" contained in the copyright act and in section 108(1).
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the second, deleted provisions applied to any person selling, offering or exposing for sale or viewing or possessing with intent to sell, offer or expose for sale, a particular copy or phonorecord lawfully made under this title, provided that such a sale or any such acts would not violate the rights of the copyright owner under the constitution of the united states or any state law.
the third, deleted provisions were intended to provide persons selling or offering for sale a particular copy or phonorecord that had not been lawfully made under this title a grace period to continue selling or offering such copy or phonorecord.