[conspire] No Copyright Intended
ruben at mrbrklyn.com
Fri Nov 23 03:59:55 PST 2012
> > These "no copyright infringement intended" messages are everywhere on
> > YouTube, and about as effective as a drug dealer asking if you're a
> > cop. It's like a little voodoo charm that people post on their videos
> > to ward off evil spirits.
> > What happens when — and this is inevitable — a generation completely
> > comfortable with remix culture becomes a *majority* of the electorate,
> > instead of the fringe youth? What happens when they start getting
> > elected to office? (Maybe "I downloaded but didn't share" will be the
> > new "I smoked, but didn't inhale.")
> Mentioned in the comments is this older David Pogue piece:
It's a nice thought but the recording "industry" is patient and
relentless. Aside from the 24/7 propaganda push that floods the movies
and now even video media is more common than Coke commericials.
They lobby and "educate" in the raymond building 24/7 and bride all the
important members of the necessary commitees.
The ipad, ipod, itunes world is now programmed to buy everything by app
stores. On the ones I've seen, unless you hack them you can't download
a darn things on them.
I'm fairly depressed about the outlook.
That is why I am so glad that Maloney has given Rick permision to
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