[Hpr] Should we reject a show with copyrighted fair use clips in it ?
zwilnik at zwilnik.com
Thu May 23 08:37:48 PDT 2019
Sounds to me like a no-brainer at this point Ken. You have answered your
Kevin B. O'Brien
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On Thu, May 23, 2019 at 11:17 AM Ken Fallon <ken at fallon.ie> wrote:
> On 2019-05-23 16:53, dosman wrote:
> > Does anyone have an example where a DMCA takedown notice resulted in
> > anything more than emotional aggravation (assuming immediate compliance
> > with the notice)?
> A DMCA takedown notice would not even apply here as we intentionally are
> posting infringing material.
> If it was not mentioned in the show notes, we would not have known and
> if the DMCA take down came, I would have just done so. No problem.
> There is a small industry of lawyers sending ISP's customers letters
> demanding settlement sums in the 1-10K region. The logic is that people
> are more likely to settle than go to court.
> > Ken’s the one who would have to deal with any fallout, so really it’s
> > his call. At the same time, considering all the egregious copyright
> > violations myself and others who contributed to TWaT and The Packet
> > Sniffers committed which have gone un-noticed for over a decade
> Back in the twat days and before there was no way to ever get noticed,
> because the process of copyright enforcement was not automated. It is
> now. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shazam_(application)
> Ken Fallon
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