On 23 maj 2007, at 05.12, Steven C. Barr(x) wrote:
> Scary fact: The CRIA, which essentially functions as a "lap dog" of
> the RRIA south of the border, has been suggesting a "longer" (no
> specific term mentioned...) term for sound-recording copyrights!
> As well, the current Federal government is infatuated with the
> US Of A...
I am more and more drawn, presently, to the idea that (if desired)
people who have used the database I am developing can elect to make
their own collection "available" and then collector X can take
contact with collector Y and discuss their collection in more
detail... that makes it less "stressful" legally.
And if someone should develop a similar service for the audio, one
could come to terms that they use the database information and
somehow it is cross referenced to their own audio library element.
> Assuming, of course, that there exist folks who want to hear some of
> the really BAD items...?!?!
A change can be nice ... random samples and allthat.
Darren Ingram (darren at ingram.fi / www.ingram.fi)
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