Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 7th Oct 2009 20:15 UTC
Legal Here on OSNews I've already talked about various copyright related issues here in The Netherlands - obviously because I'm Dutch and live there. As a small nation, the copyright issues we face here serve as nice, comprehensible discussion starters that we can all grok. Well, we've got another one. Our own RIAA equivalent has caused quite the stir by announcing that they will start charging bloggers and social website users for embedding YouTube videos with copyrighted content. Say what?
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Good news!
by renhoek on Wed 7th Oct 2009 22:00 UTC
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Finally some good news from Brein!

No more sites with music, no more annoying crap playing though MY pirated music.

Do you know gif is patented? Go get those people who use animated gifs on the web!

Maybe we could also get rid of comic sans while we are at it, it's copyrighted afterall!

Edited 2009-10-07 22:04 UTC

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