On 21 maj 2007, at 03.43, Steven C. Barr(x) wrote:
> The tragedy is that the recording industry wants to recreate the US
> concept of "eternity plus a century or two" copyright to every land
> which might be able...now or at some future date...to press reissue
> CD's (or mass-burn CD-R's...!). This basically guarantees that 99.9%
> of our sound-recorded history will forever go unheard...the industry
> won't reissue it, since it won't guarantee the mega-profits they
> dimly recall (and want back again...?!) BUT, they won't allow anyone
> else to reissue it for fear of "establishing a precedent"...!
Is Canada following down that same route :) Else maybe my secondary
idea of a postal "sneaker net" might be the least problematical way.
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