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Links tagged with “copyright”

  1. Freelance Jun14: How I paid my mortgage by chasing internet sites that stole my work - meeting report

    One photographers’ experiences of successfully chasing down copyright infringers, online and off. (via @mildlydiverting)

  2. Ian Hickson - Google+ - Discussions about DRM often land on the fundamental problem…

    DRM is not about preventing unauthorised copying. It’s about giving content publishers power over companies who make reading/viewing/listening devices, and restricting what users are able to do with the content they’ve bought/rented to use on those devices.

  3. Don’t Make Me Steal

    Very interesting. Some of the points annoy me (what is “cinema price”?, why on earth is “I can download nearly every movie ever made” a condition of not stealing one movie?) but interesting. (via @jamesbridle)

  4. Twitpic, Twitter, Lockerz, YFrog, Mobypic – good or bad? | Jon Boyes - Photographer - blog

    A comparison of the T&Cs of five Twitter-oriented image hosting sites. Avoid Twitter, Lockerz and Twitpic; use YFrog or Mobypic.

  5. Copyright (One Terabyte of Kilobyte Age)

    top geocities copyright graphics gif archives archiving

  6. Musopen raises $40,000 to set classical music “free”

    Love this - raising money via Kickstarter to hire orchestras to record copyright-free versions of classical music. (via Waxy)

  7. Copyright is hard on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

    This is fab. I’m looking forward to more of this kind of thing. Maybe some MPs will be a little careless too…

  8. Know Before You Go: Tickets May Come at a Higher Price Than You Realize | Electronic Frontier Foundation

    If you buy a Burning Man ticket you assign copyright on any photos you take at the event to the organisers.

  9. Copy©unts

    Showing where advertisers steal their ideas from. Which wouldn’t be so bad if they didn’t still claim to be innovative. (via Haddock)

  10. 100 years of Big Content fearing technology—in its own words - Ars Technica

    How companies have complained that new technologies will destroy content industries over the past century. Like when home taping killed music. Wasn’t that terrible. (via Kottke)

  11. BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Musical copyright terms ‘to stay’

    Yay. Is making money off your work fifty years after you did it not good enough!?

  12. Grange Hill Online - Mersey TV Pulls Plug on GH Online

    Copyright issues beset the world of Grange Hill fandom.

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