Thursday, 12. March 2009
Proper rights protection?

Now I haven't posted here for quite some time <brushes away cobwebs> but thought it might be worth putting up this little link:

www.theregister.co.uk

"What I said at the meeting was that the record industry in Britain is still going down the road of criminalising our audience for downloading illegal MP3s," Bragg told the Indie.

"If we follow the music industry down that road, we will be doing nothing more than being part of a protectionist effort. It's like trying to put toothpaste back in the tube.

"Artists should own their own rights and they should decide when their music should be used for free, or when they should have payment."

Possibly an example of people 'getting the idea' and embracing new technology instead of trying to resist? Or a load of tosh that won't make the slightest bit of difference?

You decide...

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Jfw

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