March 03, 2004
EFF: P2P music should be charged like radio

The EFF's campaign for radio style licensing terms for file sharing continoues. The EFF proposes a license form where a collection agency charges a resonable use-based for music (or other copyrighted) file sharing and in return file sharers get freedom to download and share without risk of litigation.

Perhaps we should simply start a collection in escrow and then see if we can find a record company to take the bait, err.. money.

Posted by Claus at March 03, 2004 01:02 AM | TrackBack (0)
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