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UK ruling makes internet browsing a copyright risk, rendering innocent acts of millions illegal | Meltwater Blog

UK ruling makes internet browsing a copyright risk, rendering innocent acts of millions illegal | Meltwater Blog.

Now wait a darn minute. You’re telling me, that just by browsing a web page, you’re in violation of copyright? Now, just wait here. This article explains wht happens when a computer opens a page like this blog, and this article you can click through to read. Even people downloading podcasts like this podcast, and my AMW Reloaded podcast, could be in violation of copyright too. This means, everyone will have to pick up a phone, call the people running the site, and get permission to view the page. This is outright wrong, and I don’t think it’ll pass. If it passes in the UK, it’ll pass elsewhere, making the Internet useuless, and we will stop updating pages.

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UK ruling makes internet browsing a copyright risk, rendering innocent acts of millions illegal | Meltwater Blog was released on July 31, 2011 at 9:46 am by tech in accessibility newsand issues,article commentary.
Last modified: July 31, 2011.


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