2002 August 30 Links [7:47 am]
(entry last updated: 2002-08-30 11:52:35)
Trying to get back into the swing of things after a busy couple of days. Sorry for the relative paucity of commentary
And it looks like Charlie Cooper is competing with David Coursey on the effects of mood altering drugs on his commentary. His latest seems strangely inconsistent with his earlier positions.
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David Coursey offers up his reactions to Janis Ian’s recent push to talk about digital music. Sadly, he refers to something that I can’t check here - a radio interview. However, I read Janis’ initial position on this as being a little different than what he cites here.
In case you missed it, Prince has issued a statement on this subject, too.
- The escalation of CD copy v. copy protection technologies continues with JVC’s new technology
- Wired has more on a peculiar form of movie editing and distribution - CleanFlicks, MovieShield, ClearPlay, TVGuardian, et al. An earlier article from the Globe is here
- I don’t quite see how this does anything other than make Apple look bad, but claiming the DMCA says that a software application can’t be sold seems to have worked. Others see it differently
- Is hyperlinking to copies of copyrighted materials copyright infringement? The MP3Board suit may get us an answer (see their WWW site for more information)