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Feuilletons 26.10.2013 […] g von Copyrights geben? Noch haben Firmen wie Disney einen 75-jährigen Zugriff auf "Micky Maus" und andere Werke, schreibt Timothy B. Lee in einem sehr auführlichen Hintergrundbericht in der Washington Post, aber "the copyright extension Clinton signed will expire in five years. Copyright holders like the Disney Corp. and the Gershwin estate have a strong incentive to try to extend copyright extension […] extension yet further into the future. But with the emergence of the Internet as a political organizing tool, opponents of copyright extension will be much better prepared." […]
Feuilletons 08.07.2013 […] Heald vor, wonach Bücher "durch das Copyright verschwinden". Auf Amazon würden wesentlich mehr Bücher von Autoren zum Kauf (angeboten, die mehr als siebzig Jahre tot sind, als von Autoren, deren Schutzfrist noch gilt: "Heald demonstrates that publishers are only damaging their own businesses by delaying the admission of works into the public domain. Even copyright-free, such works actually get sold […] are not Project Gutenberg freebies: Those works are offered on the Amazon shelves for sale. But publishers lack incentive to shift long-tail backlist titles, which tend to languish neglected in the copyright warehouse. Once in the public domain, however, they flourish." […]
Feuilletons 02.10.2012 […] Japan sein Copyright-Gesetz noch einmal verschärft, meldet Cory Doctorow auf BoingBoing. "Japan has extended its shockingly bad copyright law, passed in June, which provides for 10-year prison sentences for people who upload copyrighted works without permission; under the new law, downloading a copyrighted work without permission also carries up to two years in prison. The Japanese copyright lobby has […] demand for mandatory network surveillance, through which black boxes with secret lists of copyrighted works will monitor all network traffic and silently kill any file-transfer believed to infringe copyright. The ISPs would have to pay a monthly licensing fee for the privilege of having these black boxes on their networks." (via) Neues von der Abmahnfront: Diesmal hat es das Blog We like that erwischt […]