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Links 1 through 10 of 97 by Simon Phipps tagged video

Nibbling away at Adobe's stranglehold on rich content on the web - extremely welcome.

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What an amazingly dangerous world Apple are exploring here. The scope for abuse, together with the quantisation of analogue freedoms, makes this breathtakingly poor judgement.

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I'd really not considered the money involved in official video uploads to YouTube, but it's clearly significant. As this article explains, when you provide a convenient legal way for fans to get their music, they use it. All that hatred-of-fans stuff by the RIAA etc is incredibly stupid.

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One point to make about this; MPEG-LA will undoubtedly assert this initiative is encumbered too and attempt to create a FUD-y patent pool arround it.

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Excellent claim-by-claim takedown of the the rubbish people have been spouting against Google for deciding to omit H.264 video from Chrome's HTML5 support.

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It seems James Burke's "Connections" series is available on YouTube - this page has links to the whole series.

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While this may indeed be a nasty case of synchronicity, the incident serves to prove how ridiculous it is for software implementation in an era of open source and open standards to be patentableThe sooner software patents are put beyond use of any corporation, the better.

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This has to be a candidate for an IgNobel Prize.

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Important explanation of why the patent thicket around video formats on the internet is a threat to both democracy and innovation. Worth your time to read this.

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This is a very worrying development that looks like an abuse of power. It's extending the law surely beyond where it was ever intended by lawmakers and then being supported by courts. One of these cases will need to make its way to the Supreme Counrt. There's just as worrying a trend in the UK, of police using massively heavy photographic activity against the public while unjustly restricting photography by the publoc.

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