[Hpr] Should we reject a show with copyrighted fair use clips in it ?

Jason Scott jason at textfiles.com
Fri May 24 04:30:07 PDT 2019

Give it to me to host at Internet Archive. I'll take the heat. Call it a
bonus episode.

On Fri, May 24, 2019, 1:10 AM Ken Fallon <ken at fallon.ie> wrote:

> On 2019-05-23 20:40, cobra2 wrote:
> > That sums it up for me. I have an opinion but we as a community are just
> not going to be able/willing to fund the legal fallout that could occour. I
> leave my vote in the hands of the site admins and their risk levels.
> >
> > --cobra2
> Remember that our policy is also a commitment to anyone using our feed.
> I know there are downstream projects like college radio, workplaces,
> shops etc that are using our feed. They would not need to buy a public
> music licence, for feeds contains *only* Creative Commons content.
> I know this is strictly enforced in Ireland, any venue where the public
> would have access would need a lisence. They brought and won a case
> where where a business was not playing any music in their public facing
> shop, but the public was exposed to the music playing in the workshop
> via a bathroom window.
> We need to keep this in mind and be sure that we are not putting our
> listeners at risk as well.
> --
> Regards,
> Ken Fallon
> http://kenfallon.com
> http://hackerpublicradio.org/correspondents.php?hostid=30
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