Tuesday, November 20, 2007

How Creativity is being strangled by the law

Larry Lessig at 2007 TED

Posted at 06:32 AM in Current Affairs, Music, Politics, Video | Permalink

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Actually, we don't sing much anymore. Souza was correct.

And you are tresspassing if you fly over my property, and I should be compensated. I don't need the 7 dwarves to tell me whether somebody is tresspassing, I'll believe my lying eyes.

And I don't believe in copyright of any kind whatsoever. Don't want it out there, don't create it. Fact is, folks will create for the joy and necessity of it, and I suspect might even be able to create a pain-pill that doesn't destroy your internal organs as a side-effect. Copyright as incentive is second rate, it may even have a negative effect on inventions - how much time do inventors spend enforcing their copyright to the detriment of further inventions?

Posted by: lowlywhisper | Nov 20, 2007 5:19:59 PM

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