sounds like a great opportunity to open a business registration company on some little known island in a remote region of the world.
dang straight,bang sally,mateso, joe forum member has some great helmet cam footage from his weekend riding. He dubs in a little ac/dc "back in black" in the background and innocently posts it on his favorite discussion forum..... The copyright holder gets wind of this and files a lawsuit against the website owner who in turns goes out of business in the process of defending themselves from something that they had no hand in.
I'd rather listen to the bike & rider than music anyway when it comes to this example. I cant stand youtube bike cams with music.
But everyone should have the freedom to edit & dub.
Example i have a cd i bought or any music i bought & decide to use my songs on my clips i should have the right too as i paid for them & the website owners should not be liable. Hell if we cant post shit up whats the point of having the internet.
you paid to listen to them not copy them or use them to enhance something you wish to share or profit from.i should have the right too as i paid f
Won't work. People in the states still won't get access to them. DNS & IP restrictions. Google won't bring them up in search results either. And then OS proxy servers will be blocked too.sounds like a great opportunity to open a business registration company on some little known island in a remote region of the world.
Never a truer word said:laugh
SOPA & PIPA if passed would be US law, but might open the gates for other Govts to follow. I'm not sure, but my 14yo son informs me the process is stalled.
I'm pretty sure you're allowed to make a back-up copy of any thing you purchase like that, movies, software, etc, etc for personal use in-case (or to stop) the originals from being damaged.
Enjoy the trip Brett.