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Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Artists Against Copyright Infringement Eat Corporate Shit and Garrote Our Collective Neck of Survival

For my money, artists that go on about “"Copyright infringement exacts a large toll, a very human one, on the artists and businesses whose livelihood hinges on their creative inventions." you are bleeding the world dry for your shitty ego. You're just greedy, righteous and suckers to the game. I'm calling it. Copy me.
Anton L'Etranger ah the classicLars Ulrich manouevre: "Ivealready got 3 swimming pools but i feellike i deserve another one.pleasedont downloadmetallica"
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Wells Tao
Wells Tao or "But what about the poor people, they have a right to have their ideas protected" - only the rich can afford that, and they sit on IP;s and collect the rent.
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Anton L'Etranger
Anton L'Etranger slum lords
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Anton L'Etranger artistic slum lords
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Anton L'Etranger
Anton L'Etranger the true rubbish of the world
Wells Tao
Wells Tao Copy write, Intellectual property and the way it is connected to the market place instead of a shared life appears to me like the thin piece of plastic slitting all of our throats
Anton L'Etranger
Anton L'Etranger i view it more as asocial and cultural garotte, really
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Dot Mcnaught
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サンセリフ コミック
サンセリフ コミック The main reason copyright laws are the way they are is because of Disney and other media conglomerates. They used to only exist as an encouragement for creators to produce more content, lasting about 30 or so years iirc, now they exist to benefit corporations. Who is supposed to benefit from that extra 70 years after the creator's death?
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Wells Tao
Wells Tao yeah but this isn't just about old fashioned 'art', this is about everything in existence that can have a frame thrown around it and sold off as private property
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Wells Tao
Wells Tao If I own a oil well drill can i come into your living room and dig? No? Well I'm going to anyway.
サンセリフ コミック
サンセリフ コミック Yeah, that's what I'm saying. Copyright law started off as a way to ensure artists benefit from their art, rather than it being stolen and the artist being unable to thrive. Now it's just become a way for any huge company to exert force over anything because of some misused word or colour.
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Wells Tao
Wells Tao New Political party issue
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Anton L'Etranger
Anton L'Etranger what if i invite both of you tocome around and dig up my living room,butyou both have topay a nominal fee?
Anton L'Etranger
Anton L'Etranger and also its not my living room, but my girlfriend's at work
Wells Tao
Wells Tao ok, how about I give you 0.0001% of a value I make up
Anton L'Etranger
Anton L'Etranger loud and very genuine laughter
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Kahi Harawira
Kahi Harawira Copyright is bullshit. Information is a right. As for making a little you, well...
Tony Green
Tony Green is it a right to make money in the market-place out of someone else's work -- a result of their thinking -- & thereby infringing on their right to make money from it, if they can -- as for instance selling poor copies of your work, using the prestige of your name [as in the art-market in 17th century Europe -- in Rome, for example, where one poor painter complains that people were ripping him off, makig more out of copies than he made from trying to sell his 'originals' -- or in the 21st century art-market where fake & old copies of Old Masters with 'certificates' written by 'experts' keep on appearing -- etc etc
Wells Tao
Wells Tao Is it right that this genius keep his idea all for himself? Can I extract the air he got for free off me...?
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Sarah Riley-c
Sarah Riley-c The Death of the Author
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Wells Tao jesus?
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John Philip Cadwallader
John Philip Cadwallader An extremely debatable concept! The C word! O:)
Tony Green
Tony Green Hogarth's Law was an 18th c version democratic [bourgeois] version of Royal publication privileges as in 16th century. Without it Grub St publishers - corporate, like Disney - were in control of the market for anything 'new'. Publication of text-books and leisure-reading is in the hands of a small number of large corporate conglomerates. In the oil industry patents of possible rival products get bought up & never get to market. Writers & artists of all kinds don't have a show unless they are giving the market what it wants to make money for publishers.
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