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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RE: Creative Commons
by Mellin on Fri 9th Oct 2009 09:37 UTC in reply to "Creative Commons"
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Not here in Sweden if you add creative commons music in a movie listen to it on radio in your company +more then you'll have to pay for it to STIM (the Swedish Performing Rights Society)

Edited 2009-10-09 09:38 UTC

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RE[2]: Creative Commons
by ml2mst on Fri 9th Oct 2009 10:38 in reply to "RE: Creative Commons"
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That's shocking news. There goes my illusion that the Scandinavian countries are much more sensible then the rest.

I wonder what gives those greedy bastards the right to earn money for Creative Commons work. They do not represent the artist who license their work under Creative Commons.

So in fact it is nothing but ordinary theft.

Scandalous ;-)

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RE[3]: Creative Commons
by Mellin on Fri 9th Oct 2009 18:41 in reply to "RE[2]: Creative Commons"
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STIM collects royalties for all artists (even those that are not members because they can always get a membership later)

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