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The pirates of YouTube | Technology |
I dont agree with blatant piracy but I fully expect it is within "fair usage" or "reasonable use" that I could take a snippet or a clip of something I saw in a programme and upload it ?

I'm not entirely against this statement... but I can see a problem with it from a legal point of view...
words such as "blatant", "snippet", "clip", "saw in a programme", "upload" are very easy to stretch to breaking point
publicdomain  dmca  copyright  google  industry  speech  freespeech  fairuse  freeculture  contentid  video  youtube  piracy 
january 2012 by driscoll
Major ISPs agree to "six strikes" copyright enforcement plan
AT&T, Verizon, Comcast, Time Warner Cable agree to "6 strikes" copyright policy // "u mad, doggie" // via
freeculture  copyright  music  industry  isp  internet  freedom  law  riaa  movie  film  piracy 
july 2011 by driscoll
Screenplays for You - free movie scripts and screenplays
"I'm Alex Raynor, Russian web-developer and cinema fan so do math..." // "Screenplays for You" //
cinema  film  text  archive  history  diy  piracy  freeculture  russia 
january 2011 by driscoll
YouTube - TENACIOUS D - Jack Black on Piracy
don't be a douche is the most reasonable statement in this video
piracy  criticism  freeculture  advertising  psa 
december 2008 by driscoll

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