[Foundation-l] ASCAP comes out against "copyleft"
17peters at cardinalmail.cua.edu
Fri Jun 25 22:49:49 UTC 2010
Creative Commons is two things: 1. a license, which only applies to
non-pirated work, and 2. those like Gerard who believe in removing copyright
as a whole and try to hide illegitimate actions behind legitimate ones.
There are thousands of websites that illegally republish music lyrics,
poems, books, etc.
The law that is desired would make it so those people lose access. Not those
who own their own music, but that which is copyrighted.
Those are the only people that could be targeted.
To try and use this email server to push for a protection of piracy is
disgusting, immoral, and inappropriate in any manner. It needs to stop
aka Ottava Rima
On Fri, Jun 25, 2010 at 6:46 PM, Ryan Kaldari <rkaldari at wikimedia.org>wrote:
> Exactly how does Creative Commons steal music lyrics? I'm not following
> Ryan Kaldari
> On 6/25/10 3:42 PM, Jeffrey Peters wrote:
> > Dear David,
> > I'm going to donate to their cause.
> > Music lyrics, just like poems and novels, should not be stolen and
> > everywhere, and yet it is. It is people like you that give the internet a
> > bad name. I produce my own content and donate it because I chose to. You
> > promote the taking of others who have not consented. To use this list to
> > promote your own selfish desires bothers me.
> > I would think it would only be right for you to lose access to this list
> > acting so inappropriately.
> > Sincerely,
> > Jeffrey Peters
> > aka Ottava Rima
> > On Fri, Jun 25, 2010 at 6:35 PM, geni<geniice at gmail.com> wrote:
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