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Monday, January 31, 2005

No linking in Germany? U.S. Courts decided years ago that linking was ok, no matter the content, and wisely so. Norway didn't.

More grid computing SNIU.


Execs talk.

Orphaned works comment period.


Clearance culture.

Small labels becoming bigger threat due to tech?


Freeriding not a major threat. Of course not. BitTorrent solved it pretty effectively.

Founders' copyright.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

To be fair, in the Heise case, so far it's only the music industry saying that they can't have those links. Bad enough, of course, and the relevant part of the law's bad enough, too, but it's not a decision by a court yet or anything.

10:33 AM  

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