On Wednesday 13 February 2013 11:37:03 Paul Davis wrote:
Fine, but if it is a way that works and does not require the draconian
copyright laws we have today to support the creators, where is the problem
Casn you speak to this point?
Don't forget to include what morals / ethics require / permit.
> they are quite different. technology
And so, let's snoop on everyone 24x7 and put the death penalty on copyright
violation in an effort to preserve the old business models. (I know you are
not saying this, I am takign it there in this point.) No. It is time to move
on and find other funding models or let the arts move to a hobby zone and not
a profession zone.
Again. If the choice is freedom and democracy vs. copyright law, I know which
Are you worried about control or possible income? So long as you can make a
decent income, why would you insist on control of what others can do with
what they hear or purchase?
Well, why give it to him before he has paid you enough. Why must we limit
ourselves to doing business the way we have for the last X years when the
world has changed?
> but now that the movie is in public release (in your scenario),
Well, I am saying that I prefer no copyright law to what we have today. I am
saying that in my lifetime I have only seen things get worse.
How would you like to see things change? What is a workable system in your
all the best,
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