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How is this any different from ASCAP charging karaoke vendors hundreds of dollars a month for them to play the music they already purchased on machines they already own? Does anyone really think that when you karaoke a song, a single penny goes to the original artist? Is anyone really that deluded?
I had this argument with a musician girl I used to talk to. Years later, I dug up the thread, and asked, "So, have you gotten a penny from ASCAP yet?"
No response, of course. Ignorant artists are complicit in this scheme too.
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The tide of information flow cannot be stopped. It can be hindered, but in the end, information flow will win. Seize a domain? We'll just come up with a new DNS. Good stuff, good stuff.
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And how long 'til this is used against WikiLeaks, or other dissident sites who dare to express something the powers that be don't like? "Oh! You're violating copyright! Takedown! Takedown!"
Currently *NO GOVERNMENT* has the power to take over domain names. That power belongs exclusively to ICANN, and always has. The whole point was that it was supposed to be free of government control. But of course, America hates not being in control of things.
The EFF is right. They pretty much always are.
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Yup. There was a link where you could watch the game. The guy shared it. This link was unprotected. And he had to pay a fine for doing so. Is this the new wave of copyright reform? Company X says "don't go to this link if you haven't paid", and if you publish that link, you get fined? Where's DRM in all of this? Did copyright holders just get a blank check to not bother protecting their content anymore? DRM is a big fail, but when you leave your front door unlocked, can you really blame anyone other than yourself? What a bunch of bullshit.
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