Copyright: Words vs Music

Google just ended copyright as a legal concept with word games and technotalk

“Google said its database was a “fair use” of protected works, describing it as “a card catalogue for the digital age”. “

then ditto for music, movies, games and all digitizable content.

because every seeder is just a contributor and the internet is all just a wiki. read the full BBC article:

Google wins copyright battle over books

Google to be Internet’s Librarian?


related on this blog:

Media Meta Entertainment: Copyright vs naught

The Long Arm of Law: Copyright

Copyright and Trademark are Meaningless Words


Writer Chat 146: Copyright Law


Overpolicing of copyright is government working for corporations.

Meanwhile, Advertising and Regulatory Frameworks are ignored.


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