Because then they are controlling that content, and if they control it they become liable for it. It's those who want to limit this default freedom in a particular case who need to come up with a reason. Regarding my producer friend, I can assure you that it is not the home recordings I also think that when you create something, it is your right to ask money for it or not. It now seems obvious that downloading torrents from a centralised website has had its day. But, I think that we both agree there are some sales lost, some people would have bought the work if they couldn't get their hands on them for free. I will go back to my 2 friends now.
But we do have a general legal precedent that says if you attempt to control the content, you assume liability for it. A diverse cast of guests including Alessia Cara, Chuck D, and Neil deGrasse Tyson supported Logic on a set that explored issues dividing and unifying humanity. I'm sure Google links to far more objectionable things, and does so more directly. The site hasn't given up, and is operating as usual under a new domain name. The Incredible True Story, an ambitious concept album based 100 years in the future, arrived in November 2015 and peaked at number three on the Billboard 200.
It debuted at number one. About Logic An imaginative and stylistically dynamic rap artist who emerged during the early 2010s, Logic launched his career through uploads and independent mixtapes prior to reaching the mainstream with a Def Jam record deal. I don't have a thing to do with the music industry, beyond being an occasional customer. I Camembert 2891457 'Yeah right, it is soo typical of this entitlement generation to find excuses like that. It has been proven time and again in history and argued for and against. What I will do however, is thank you for kindly lumping me into a generation that is decades younger than I am.
Less than a decade most likely. The government of the Philippines has confirmed that the domain name has been seized based on formal complaints and copyright grounds. Maryland rapper Logic is set to release his major label debut Under Pressure — one of this year's most anticipated releases — this coming fall. As a corporation they can be sued. I think you would have a hard time to find anyone here that dispute that, but creating something does not make you entitled to dictate what people do with it after they have paid for it.
And for those that I don't want to pay the price for, well then I don't download them. If they sold movies and mainstream software I would re-buy those too. The benefit of the copyright system is mostly for publishers, to the detriment of the public and often, authors. It is against the law to do so, but then again shouldn't selling a license t Any more I only seem to torrent things that I already own. Other times I opt to just re-buy via steam. Do they get upset if someone download their music? Users who ignore this rule will be banned from the site. If they can sell a song for 99 cents then the actual damage for downloading a song is 99 cents, not thousands of dollars.
Big difference but not one I'd expect you to be willing to accept. Hell, illegal pron viruses sometimes flows to your computer without you even doing anything. You can pay a reasonable sum to authors without copyright. Either way, hasn't screwed with their service, still working great. If you think freeloading is immoral, live alone in the woods without any technology, The heart of the problem is that you are trying to make money from the 'fruit' of the labor instead of the labor itself. I don't know what the studies show on this it's kind of hard to find an unbiased study , but I would guess just offhand that the number of truly lost sales due to downloading and downloading alone are small. The only song that has been released from the album so far — a bonus track not on the regular edition — is entitled Driving Ms.
. A great many people don't know how it works. Search for any popular item + torrent on Google and you'll find plenty sites, public torrents usually refer to many independent trackers and on top of that there's trackerless peer exchange. Yeah right, it is soo typical of this entitlement generation to find excuses like that. If you're not in Normandy, France and a Cheese, you are not entitled to that name even if you're old enough to be a bit runny. It can't be my stunning youthful looks, or.
You're a talentless slug that can't find middle C on any instrument? They value the promotional value of every new listener as being someone that one day might come and listen to their live performances and pay for the privilege to do so. I'm saying that the law itself is bad, and strictly speaking, it doesn't pass a strict Constitutional muster. I won't buy iTunes stuff for this reason. Perhaps the top authors wouldn't get as handsome a return, but they would still get enough to make it worth their while in virtually all cases. He has vigorously resisted several efforts over the years to redelegate the domain to the agencies of the Philippine government and other interested organisations, ever since it was granted to him by Jon Postel in 1990, and he has taken a dim view of attempts to control the registry ever since, so I wonder what might have gone down behind the scenes to make this happen.
I'm not making a legal defense. They stand a much lower chance of running into legal difficulties. That's very important, because freeloading off of the last few millennia of accomplishments of humanity is vital to human success. We should ban those annoying buggers. Any more I only seem to torrent things that I already own. What we need is for a major player, e.
You must work for the industry for suggesting something as stupid. It is they who are claiming an entitlement for wielding power over me, not me. Unless you're suggesting that Congress shouldn't be able to regulate the sale of goods and services within the United States, I think your argument is shit. We did not create the utter lack of respect for human creat Moving to Kickass. How many people do you know say they'd love to buy X or Y but they just can't afford it? I also think that it is ok for a creator to ask money for his fruit or not; or not to mind spreading it without compensation or not wanting that to happen without income. On a side note, I think that I should be entitled to a refund on the 23. If it were, then Sonny Bono could have legitimately gotten his wish of explicitly eternal copyright.