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http://pctuning.tyden.cz/hardware/multimedia-zvuk-tv/23318-uvaha-co-vydavatele-delaji-spatne-neuci-se-od-kolegu-z-porna

povinne precitat a preposlat :)

"Ono prodávat filmy na fyzických nosičích a pěkně za každý nosič skásnout „poplatek za licenci“ je nepochybně nesmírně výnosné. Člověk by skoro řekl, že by bylo logické, aby to bylo oddělené. Koupíte si film na DVD za 500 Kč, cena za médium je circa 20 Kč i s krabičkou a tedy poplatek za licenci je 480 Kč. Protože je na DVD DRM a tudíž si ho kopírovat nesmíte, mělo by být možné zajít s rozbitým DVD do obchodu a tam ho vyměnit čistě za cenu fyzického média, tedy za oněch 20 Kč. Licenci jste přece už zaplatili, jenom ten nosič se rozbil. Doporučuji si to vyzkoušet v praxi – všechny ty řeči o „platbě za duševní vlastnictví“ se vytratí jako pára nad hrncem a prodejce vám bude vysvětlovat, že zničit si DVD je přece to samé, jako si třeba rozbít pračku."

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I will stop file sharing... only over my dead cold body.

Len pre upresnenie, NIC take ako patenty, copyright, trademark a autorske prava neexistuje. Myslienka dusevneho vlastnictva je len dalsim pokracovanim praktik nabozenskych spolkov, cechov a monarchii ktore tu su uz starocia a ich jedinym cielom je upevnenie pozicie moci pomocou represivnych nastrojov vytvarania monopolov.
Pre vsetkych umelcov ktory potrebuju autorske pravo: STE NESCHOPNY ak je kultura ktoru produkujete naozaj pre spolocnost prinosna tak je kazdy pirat vas najvacsi kamarat. Ak je ale na urovni desmodu a tublatanky tak sa ani necudujem ze potrebujete vydavatelstva ktore zabetonuju vasu poziciu v mediach na to aby boli ludia donuteni ten vas grc konzumovat.

http://reporti.net/polis/planovane-represe-po-prijeti-acta

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Pre tých čo sledujú dianie v USA ohľadom SOPA/PIPA etc. Podobný problém máme (už dlhšie) aj v EU a v politickej/newspeak ninja acronym terminológii sa príhodne nezýva ACTA.

Download samotného textu cez bittorrent (pdf 56strán, 15mb)

http://torrents.thepiratebay.org/5425059//ACTA_Agreement_leaked_.5425059.TPB.torrent

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Once-Secret ACTA Copyright Treaty Approved By EU
November 24 2010,@03:07PM

itwbennett writes
"By a vote of 331 to 294, the EU Parliament has approved the
controversial and once-secret Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement
(ACTA) [1] . According to an ITworld article, 'the most controversial
paragraph in the final text leaves the door open for countries to
introduce the so-called three-strikes rule. This would cut Internet
users off if they download copyright material as national authorities
would be able to order ISPs to disclose personal information about
customers.... The proposed agreement would also place sanctions
against any device or software that is marketed as a means of
circumventing access controls such as encryption or scrambling that
are designed to prevent copying. It also requires legal measures
against knowingly using such technology.'"

[1] http://www.itworld.com/legal/128754/eu-parliament-approves-once-secret-acta-copyright-treaty


ACTA Treaty Released
April 21 2010,@08:36AM

roju writes "The full text of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) was released today [2] . It differs from the earlier leaks in that the negotiating stance of each country has been scrubbed. Preliminary analysis is up at Ars, which warns that 'Several sections of the ACTA draft show that rightsholders can obtain an injunction just by showing that infringement is "imminent," even if it hasn't happened yet.'"

[2] http://trade.ec.europa.eu/doclib/html/146029.htm


ACTA Signed By 8 of 11 Participating Countries
October 20,@07:52AM

from the authority-to-engage-in-trainwrecks dept. An anonymous reader writes with this news on the ACTA treaty, straight from the EFF's release [3] on the news: "On Saturday October 1st, eight countries (the United States, Australia, Canada, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Singapore, and South Korea) signed the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) in Tokyo, Japan. Three of the participating countries (the European Union, Mexico, and Switzerland) have not yet signed the treaty, but have issued a joint statement affirming their intentions to sign it 'as soon as practicable.' ACTA will remain open for signature until May 2013. While the treaty's title might suggest that it deals only with counterfeit physical goods such as medicines, it is in fact far broader in scope. ACTA contains new potential obligations for Internet intermediaries, requiring them to police the Internet and their users, which in turn pose significant concerns for citizens' privacy, freedom of expression, and fair use rights."

[3] https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2011/10/acta-signed-8-members-are-we-doomed-yet
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