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Permission to use a picture from http://oreilly.com/gnn/

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My name is E. Georgiadou and I am writing a book on web advertising. I want to include the picture in http://oreilly.com/gnn/ and I write to you in order to ask for permission to do so. Please contact me at elisag@otenet.gr
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  • Hello,
    I've forwarded on your request to our Permissions team here. When they have a definitive answer for me I will let you know!

    Also, if you had any other questions for them, you can email them at:
    permissions@oreilly.com
    "For permission to use text, code, or images from our books, please send us a brief email describing the specific information you'd like to reproduce and the final destination for or purpose of the reproduction. "

    Cheers,
    Tai Hake
    Customer Service Rep,
    O'Reilly Media
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  • Hello, here is the response I got from the Permissions Team:

    Thank you for your permissions request below. We have no objection to your using the image from the O'Reilly site; however, please be advised that GNN was sold to AOL in June 1995 so further permission may be required by them as well. Unfortunately we do not have contact information for AOL.

    I believe You were CC'd on the response as well
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