[ExI] Bulk storage in DNA

Tomasz Rola rtomek at ceti.pl
Thu Oct 4 19:25:24 UTC 2012

On Thu, 4 Oct 2012, Adrian Tymes wrote:

> Said man then goes on to invent an algorithm by which anyone's DNA
> can be translated to any piece of music.  The legal system tries to
> rule that it is the act of making the specific iteration that translates to
> a copyrighted song that is the act of piracy, until he cites precedent
> that he was held liable for an existing iteration that translated his DNA,
> then produces iterations that translate the judge's and the prosecutor's
> DNA.
> Alternately, a mastermind gets to mass copyrighting of DNA (possibly
> forged, possibly not), then sues a bunch of ordinary people to establish
> precedent to enforce his claims.  Only once he is armed with extensive
> legal precedent does he start going after people in power.

The people in power eliminate "the communist" and replay his trick, this 
time targetting people without power?

Tomasz Rola

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