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Subject: Re: is swf file stored in browser cache?
From: John Croteau
Date: Tue, 30 Jun 1998 21:49:13 +0100

Hi Craig,

Though you should set protect from import when exporting your swf
files this can be bypassed fairly easily by programmers or now anyone
with a utility called sniffer.
Your best protection is making sure you have your name included in
your swf both visible and hidden. Your work is copyrighted as soon as
you display your work but there is no way nor is there likely be to be a
way to create work that can't be copyed by a determined thief, no matter
what format.

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  is swf file stored in browser cache?, Craig Ferrante

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