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By Stephen Carlisle, Nova Southeastern University
If you read the internet, copyright, and especially long copyright terms are an unfathomable evil. In their eyes copyright “hinders learning, destroys our cultural legacy, hurts innovation and the general public, but most importantly it impedes filmmakers, artists, DJ’s and other content creators that need to be able to build upon the work of others to create new content”.
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Copyright Stifles Innovation And Creativity! (Says The Internet): It Doesn’t; And Here’s Why | Nova.Edu
Above Pandora CFO Mike Herring shows how down with the gays Pandora really is! The link goes to a custom Pandora radio station for “Oakland Pride Radio.” Wow that’s really going out on a limb there Pandora! 1,764 more words
“Fifteen years of utter bollocks”: how a generation’s freeloading has starved creativity | New Statesman
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Arguments for digital piracy are drivel – it’s high time we steered away from this cultural cliff, argues author Chris Ruen.
Piracy may feel like victimless “free culture” to the user, but they are in fact participating in a digital black market.
Recently, my band Katagory V created a crowdsourcing campaign to finance the release of our latest album, which had been completed (recorded, mixed, and mastered) over three years ago. 1,117 more words