ScottishFA wrote: The downside is that the book is available through amazon.com in the USA, but unfortunately that doesn't extend to the UK version - so my website is currently the only UK sales outlet.
ScottishFA wrote:Unbelievable! I should have guessed this would happen, but one of the first purchasers of my book has started uploading my research onto Wikipedia. His name is David Earley and he goes under the wiki-name of 'Daemonic Kangaroo'.
I had done a lot of work on the unofficial internationals of 1870-71, researching and identifying who the players were, and published the findings in the book. So this reprobate takes my original research, and within two weeks of publication he posts it on Wikipedia for all the world to see. He's been careful to give some references to my book, but if the information is published on the web it takes away a strong reason for people to purchase it. I've asked him to stop, but he has just ignored my email. Breach of copyright? Probably not, as you can't copyright a fact. But hugely annoying.
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