[pp.int.general] Protest certain musicians?
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Sat Oct 31 20:10:34 CET 2009
Imagine that I make a version of Bob Dylan's song All Along the Watchtower,
I don't recognise it's a versión of a Dylan's song and I make a
non-commercial use of this version. Then Jimi Hendrix listens to my version
and he includes it in one of his albums (and earns some money). Who's gonna
I think it's a right some of us would like to recognise, and some wouldn't,
I just said "most" to include everyone :)
On Sat, Oct 31, 2009 at 7:57 PM, Rick Falkvinge (Piratpartiet) <
rick at piratpartiet.se> wrote:
> Félix Robles wrote:
> > Well, I was thinking that if you modify a work, you should recognise
> > that it's based on that author's work.
> While I agree, is this legislation _necessary_ in order to make this
> happen in noncommercial uses of creative material? Is it really
> necessary to extend copyright (back) into the noncommercial field in
> order to stifle plagiarism?
> Because in my experience, the collective net is quite ruthless against
> plagiarism. It is pretty much one of the worst social offenses you can
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