But musicians? When the cops finally came, they protected the labels.
Sorry lads, but you and Tim Bray and the rest of the ‘information wants to be free as long as it isn’t our software or graphics’ can go…
(more below) NOTE: Don’t worry, if taken out of context, the last sentence from above probably seems to be something that its not… LOTS of good stuff! I promise, it’s worth the click ;)
As mentioned in my last post,
DRM is one thing. DRM affects us in the here and now, so it’s an issue worth arguing.
DRM? When it keeps us humans from being able to listen, watch, read, and in other forms interact with creative content by locking us into a particular media player/device and locks us out of being able to share that content with others (e.g. “Hey Sam, check out this track from the FooBar Fighters!”), this –
THIS we SHOULD FEAR and FIGHT AGAINST!
Thanks for the link, Sylvain!