As I said previously, I think these discussions are important. I'd just
really, really like to see them falling under their own subject headings
[i.e., "Here's what copyright would look like if *I* ruled the word!"]
rather than appearing WITHIN those responses to queries about
[relatively!] simple matters such as PPR requirements for advertising &
showing a film to an anime club.
Griest, Bryan said:
> "we can pass legislation requiring their compliance." Who was it the
> day who was worried about a totalitarian state?
> Bryan: Not me. ; )
> This is the kind of discussion that needs to be raised; not by us in this
> small, small corner of the ether, but in the larger community we live in.
> librarians and archivists are charged with raising the awareness of our
> populace to the benefits (and costs, to be sure) of preservation. Just
> how far to this end that $3 billion would have gone in the hands of the
> . . .
"If you choose not to decide, you still have made a choice." -- Neil Peart