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Moral Panics and the Copyright Wars (0)
Patry argues that in the discussion of copyright law and policy many of the words confuse. Patry reminds us, as have a number of court decisions, that the goal of copyright is to increase the public good. See for example, Twentieth Century Music Corp.
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Aiken, U. But the ultimate aim is, by this incentive, to stimulate artistic creativity for the general public good. Today this goal is lost in a war of language, of metaphor and simile, of pirates and thieves. Such false according to Patry appeals to the lesser angels of our nature are the "moral panics" of our current information society sweeping the land like a plague of subterfuge with Jack Valenti one of its harbingers.
Patry uses numerous instances of the past decade or two to exemplify his premise; these include the early Napster and peer-to-peer music lawsuits and more recent developments. Another point of criticism for Patry is that the economics of the current and evolving business model used by the various content providers does not jibe with the rhetoric. For example, if the music industry would have monetized Napster users as Napster suggested and only half of the Moreover, recent data reflect this: in the revenues from online sales of music outpaced those of CDs.
That is not what the DMCA is for and is using copyright to suppress free speech. Zwaquin , 25 Apr pm. Kronomex , 21 Apr pm.
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The brown envelopes of corruption will be flying like grains of rice at a wedding. Whatever profile , 22 Apr am. So wait, we should take lessons on Copyright from a Google lawyer? They have perhaps the least respect for artists and creators So wait, we should take lessons on the constitutional purpose of copyright from a copyright defending lawyer?
They have perhaps the least respect for the constitution or due process for the citizens. I don't know why you should single out Google? Then the singer of that song comes along and thinks she should get a giant payday because of some kind of 'moral right' or some such. But we should have respect for such things.
Or a major copyright owner insisting and doubling down on their ownership of someone's nature recordings of birds chirping. I could go on and on, but what's the point. Ahh, so we ignore Google's constant attacks on artists rights, the constant nibbling at rhe edges, just because someone else is a jerk? That's a weak argument, and certainly doesn't address Google - just tries to deflect!
Anonymous Coward , 22 Apr pm. Ahh, so we ignore the RIAA and record labels refusing to pay artists enough, just because you have a hard-on for Google to the point where you spam the fuck out of this site that you vehemently loathe? That's a weak argument. Sadly it hasn't stopped you Whatever profile , 23 Apr am.
Ahh, stinky troll bait. The record labels not only generally pay based on their contracts but also provide huge sums of money UP FRONT, pre-paying artists to record for them. Perhaps you need to learn more about the music industry and the millions plowed into artists who many never actually make that money back because they are commercial flops.