Category Archives: Online TV/Music

YouTubers cut and paste at their peril

YouTubers cut and paste at their peril
The days of anything goes on YouTube are over. If you’re planning on using copyrighted content as part of your own creative masterpiece, you’re more or less inviting legal action, says a new research paper paper authored by Damien O’Brien and Brian Fitzgerald of Queensland University of Technology.
http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2006/10/30/1162056903282.html

ca: CRIA’s Own Study Counters P2P Claims by Michael Geist

ca: CRIA’s Own Study Counters P2P Claims by Michael Geist
While CRIA regularly trumpets commissioned studies as evidence for the problems posed by P2P, this week it released a major study without any fanfare whatsoever. Conducted by Pollara last month, the study serves as part of CRIA’s submission to the CRTC’s Commercial Radio Review. What makes this particular study interesting (aside from the fact that it finally includes full details on responses and the actual questions posed), is that much of the data challenges many familiar CRIA claims.
http://michaelgeist.ca/component/option,com_content/task,view/id,1168/Itemid,85/nsub,/