[pp.int.general] Other (no sot good) reaction to MU joint complaint campaign
papapep at gmx.com
Sun Jan 29 18:39:47 CET 2012
On 29/01/12 18:31, Christian Hufgard wrote:
> On 29.01.2012 18:24, Choms wrote:
>> Oh, btw, fyi, here in spain we have something called Right to Private Copy,
>> what means that I can make a copy of something I've paid for and share it
>> with my friends IF I don't gain any money with it. So I can upload any file
>> I own to my dropbox, and share it with my friends and it's 100% legal. So
>> if you want something, just tell me, I've have tons of legal games I've
>> paid for :)
> In germany we are fighting to get this right too. A proposal I brought
> in at our last general assembly had this point included.
> We are using the spain situation often in discussion to prove that
> artists can live with private copies. :) There is also a online service
> in germany that relies on german law to enable legal copying of music.
> But if you upload your file as MegaUpload and you get money by them, in
> my opinion you have left your private room and hae gone commercial.
That's the main point. There's no problem (in Spain) until you earn a
cent with your copies. From there onwards, you broke the law.
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