ben at zaiboc.net
Fri Aug 20 19:19:09 UTC 2021
On 20/08/2021 16:31, Dave Sill explained:
>> You may be free to record them, but once recorded they're
> Please explain how that makes any sense at all.
> Knowing what/where/when to record, having the expertise to do that,
> and compiling it into a product that's good enough that people want to
> hear it or copy it is a creative process that warrants intellectual
> property protection under the law. It's pretty obvious that if someone
> works hard enough to create something that others want, their efforts
> deserve protection from theft.
Ah, so you meant that once something original is recorded it /can be/
copyrighted. That's not how I read it.
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