Dear Fedora Community, what do you want?
fedora at warmcat.com
Fri Jun 4 19:22:50 UTC 2004
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On Friday 04 June 2004 16:42, Rodolfo J. Paiz wrote:
> At 06:19 6/4/2004, Rui Miguel Seabra wrote:
> >You are aware of a little thing called copyright law, and laws recently
> >approved in the EU that allow one to see his house raided by private
> >police without a warrant on alledged violations of copyright, right?
[snip stuff I pretty much agree with]
> entirely inconstitutional in the United States, and I find it hard to
> believe that such a law really exists in Europe either. In either case, the
> law is the problem... anything else is inference or extrapolation.
Welcome to the "real world", Neo.
Copyright was meant to exist to foster a rich public domain, they way it is
today it exists to increase the domain of the content owners (NOT creators)
at the expense of the public.
Automatic actions for USB cameras, cardreaders, memory sticks, MP3 players
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