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Re: [FYI] Scour.net to Debut 'Son of Napster'
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- Date: Fri, 7 Apr 2000 14:06:44 +0200 (CEST)
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> late last year, is spawning a host of imitators and making it even
> more difficult to stop the widespread swapping of copyrighted music.
Wie passt das dazu:
> Scour is also setting its own "three strikes" policy.If a copyright
> holder notifies Scour about a particular user three times, Scour will
> kick the user off its system.
> "What they are trying to avoid is being held liable for direct
> infringement," says Neil Rosini, a copyright attorney who represents
> MyPlay.com. Rosini says Scour will have to demonstrate that its new
> service is "principally for trading copyrighted works that are owned
> by the people doing the trading."
> "No one goes into this business prudently who has a desire to tick
> off the recording industry unnecessarily," says attorney Andrew
> Bridges, who defended Diamond Multimedia in its Rio case. "On the
> other hand, the recording industry doesn't play fair, and no one can
> wait for the RIAA's consent or approval in order to develop a
> business plan."
Aber da gibt nun wie bei Napster eine zentrale Datenbank. Wie war das mit