Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 8th Feb 2013 02:02 UTC
Legal "This means that people can no longer get convicted for violating the copyright monopoly alone. The court just declared it illegal for any court in Europe to convict somebody for breaking the copyright monopoly law when sharing culture, only on the merits of breaking the law. A court that tries somebody for violating the copyright monopoly must now also show that a conviction is necessary to defend democracy itself in order to convict. This is a considerably higher bar to meet." Well, that's progress, I guess.
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RE[6]: Interesting
by WorknMan on Sat 9th Feb 2013 05:19 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: Interesting"
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Neither can I infinite upload for $0.

Except you only have to upload it once ...

Wait, I could make infinite copies of mix-tapes for $0 when people brought there tapes back so I could replace the old copied stuff with new copied stuff.

Yeah, and probably about an hour for each one, depending on how many recorders there were. And the recorded copy will never be as good as the original either. This is not the same thing, and you know it. Computers are like virtual replicators.

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