My daughter was first sued in the womb. It was all very new then. I’d...– Nanolaw with Daughter, via billt.
Confusion over copyright laws and how to prevent piracy has led to novel...– Hargreaves to push for online ‘rights’ exchange — The Financial Times It amuses and saddens me in equal measure that (a) band using the Internet to sell directly to their fans is considered “novel”, and (b) Radiohead were the only example of a band doing this which sprang to mind.
…the jury was told he has been in custody in the UK since his rearrest in 2004...– The Guardian You’re having me on, right?
Seen through the eyes of the digital native
We don’t pay for content. Ever. We pay for a service. That service is “the supply of content in shiny and convenient—digital, or otherwise—packaging, in a timely fashion”. There is a threshold at which this service is no longer deemed to justify the cost, be it because the cost is too high, or the result is insufficiently convenient or shiny. There is always an alternative. This is the...
The clock is ticking on the Independent Review of Intellectual Property and Growth led by Professor Ian Hargreaves. This review was somewhat infamously propelled into our consciousness by David Cameron’s musings as to whether Google would exist today if it had been founded in the UK rather than the US. Of course, we know the answer to this. Google has offices in the UK. google.co.uk is not a...