|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] A Cd's Natural Price is $2.00
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>> In France where I lived for the past five years ( and in many
>> other European countries), there is the notion of Droits d'Auteur
>> (the rights of the author or creator).
This is another bad idea of Europeans. It speaks to the trouble of
corporation ruinning over peoples feet, it fails to address the
question of when something just becomes part of us, like the Mona Lisa
or Cyril Debergiac (spelling?).
It also doesn't look at the trouble that we are all in this society
together. We need to share. How else can we live? No sharing?
>> If you create something, even if you are paid for it's creation, you
>> have certain inalienable rights over that creation, which *cannot*
>> ever be bought from you or sold by you.
That can also be trouble. 1000 people work on quick books. Who
See the trouble? How many people work on Linux?
The only real solution I see is to admit that we all own everything
and inventions created in our culture. And we can limit that for
in some instances.
New Yorker Linux Users Scene
Fair Use -
because it's either fair use or useless....