PD may suddenly accelerate to dangerous speeds. If PD splits open, do not look directly at resulting goo. PD is still legal in 14 states.
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Yeah, socially weird. Potentially illegal if the stated rules of the amusement park ban weapons.
Right; it's private property, so if the rules ban weapons (and I've never seen an amusement park that didn't) then they were trespassing the moment they decided to bring their knives inside.
Many places are fine with a Swiss Army Knife, but not so fine with a hip knife.
See, that makes sense; but in that case, YouTube would simply not include the indie music on the subscription channel. But that doesn't explain the bit in the article which says, "the company [YouTube] has signed lucrative licensing deals with major labels Universal, Warner and Sony, while demanding that independent labels sign up to inferior terms or face having their videos blocked from YouTube's free service."
So it sounds like they're trying to put all music behind a paywall, to the extent of deleting free indie music from the free side.
YouTube is considering pulling all indie music that doesn't sign license deals for its new subscription music service.
I can't tell if this means no more music at all on the non-subscriber side; but if that's the case, YouTube is most likely fucked forever.
Just bought the textbook for my IP Law class. It's softbound and cost approximately a dollar a page.
I feel like that was the first lesson...
I wonder how many people will come to class with a torrented copy on their computers.
The second lesson is - it was out of date at time of publication
The third is - you are currently working on writing the next one