[d@DCC] Making Available and implicit licenses
russell at flora.ca
Tue Aug 16 21:06:38 EDT 2005
Wallace J.McLean wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Russell McOrmond <russell at flora.ca>
> Date: Tuesday, August 16, 2005 6:52 pm
> Subject: Re: [d at DCC] Making Available and implicit licenses
>>Think of music on the radio: performance of the graphical music
>>publishing), and then the new performers performance, and
>>signal. That is 3 overlapping rights.
> 4, assuming it's a recording of a copyrighted piece of music:
> 1) The music itself;
> 2) The performance;
> 3) The recording (P);
I thought this was one of the contentious issues with new
environments such as ringtones, but that for radio airplay that CMMRA
didn't come into play (rights on the recording), only for the making of
mechanical copies (CD's, etc).
> 4) The broadcast signal.
Note: I find music copyright excessively complicated and messy, which is
why I believe that we need modernization (meaning simplifcation for the
digital environment given that more players can be involved other than
big-media companies). Bill C-60 isn't modernization, but trying to take
Russell McOrmond, Internet Consultant: <http://www.flora.ca/>
2066+ Canadians oppose Bill C-60 which protects antiquated Recording,
Motion Picture and "software manufacturing" industries from change...
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