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Let's move on I want -- I want to talk about this -- he's -- -- -- it's against them -- and imposed.
Is the Internet ruining everything from music to accountability.
Are what's your which -- -- Well I I I expect that -- because I I I really have -- is it.
And I work in the music industry and TV.
And you know I thought it accident downloads are the end I am a lot of -- -- board that perhaps anymore -- record sales are down because of hired me.
Variables that -- kind of yeah.
At the same thing in an effort to get a step further saying.
That's a reconnaissance basement -- my relationship or -- -- me at that the Senate -- on it.
The people's lives are completely on the Internet.
Making that -- -- more accountable.
But I think it's almost a little bit too easy -- -- but it seems like you know the secret text message that the drug phone call all of those things are so.
Second thing I ever got -- lives that.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- Exactly I find out.
But you know starting the time yesterday.
About the idea that what happened Auburn and love story right and I and I got that he'd written it what it.
Like a little bit have been able to text mr.
Darcy what it Romeo would be able to like I -- yet that might not fill you don't put any.
-- do not let him play and -- yeah.
-- just -- -- you know desperate -- there'd be no real love story right and and I think.
All over our culture.
This sort of age of technology is.
Creating a situation where a human accountability.
I mean I'm late either but you know I mean it's so easy don't have time you don't have -- -- it just takes a quick simple.
You know rather.
This -- little passage.
Ellis -- think well I'll worry that some of -- but not not not -- -- I think that I'll be gone but it's fun I'd rather they do that I'm at right here are great yeah.
-- -- I'll be dead man if you don't -- -- -- -- by the Utah.
But that the -- so that it is probably think about it -- -- -- the word is is sort of iPhone -- intellectual property that those of us who.
Who create stuff it's part of our lives.
You have genuinely concerned about how we -- hateful and it's gotten so easy to steal musicians probably the -- version of it.
But those who were in.
Devers who was well this'll make a live thing.
And people just they can eat does create some real question to -- newspapers right now thoughtful and great great barrel.
Because we can't people leave me ink on paper they're going to the debt and -- dispute fico added charge them.
And the engine -- of the vast majority reliable where society is collapsing.
Out more about that -- At the same time people who are a little more small scale -- bad that are starting up.
Have do have a venue to you know really eat -- to market the market as well.
Second graders -- then they would have but the black book -- that's you know that's the iPod they're not you know.
-- of the decade before up until now it was always the content providers and the artists of the creative side only found himself in court with the technology companies and it back out and now you see them coming together uniting -- this that you have.
-- there's a coalition of he gets.
It and he recently trying to put the song Writers Guild Cisco NBC universal it's called arts and labs and -- all over the place now talking about how there on the same page and there battling this sort of free culture where everything online should be free.
You know proponents of -- culture say she put books on line we should put books because there's a doctor -- in Africa who.
Need to get a hold of this book and -- off.
They're saying -- well.
Let's not let's Clinton in this book in the songwriters -- saying you're downloading my musical legally you're downloading this movie illegally.
You know you're you're you're -- in the movie industry not only the actors but even down to the guys who you know.
Top cigarette break the best spoiled brat brat so it did it this area and it's not even it's not -- just.
Taking a way that that economy eight or -- that that benefits of that to the artists and to that content providers.
You know I think it's.
It's a cultural issue because it's our -- Left and I want to talk about.
This social activity that way.
We are so so -- we are so connected to talk about FaceBook or Twitter all of these other social network -- I mean it in a matter of seconds I was able to tell.
All of my FaceBook friends that I was gonna be here right now for this hour all week long.
-- and the -- with.
I don't actually have between and one other thing Ellis.
-- -- I think.
And because you no longer have to pick the wrong -- -- -- call.
The phone rings you pick it up and -- you talk to whoever the other line.
Obviously I think the united.
Look at FaceBook is definitely ruin this pulled my standards of friendship used to have to work for an hour -- anybody.
However that your -- and I happen.
-- -- Well you know I think.
If there's another piece to this which is the fair use question and which probably talk about it briefly.
At the newspaper convention -- last week or early last week.
The CEO of Google was speaking to a convention of newspaper people.
And saying you know we're not the enemy and we -- your friends you know we're not trying to -- the newspaper business out of business regulation on the right -- well since and then.
Part of what the newspaper folks were saying and I don't mean to attack Huffington Post about the Huffington Post but nothing but still to -- to me this.
And in the process of illustrating something that's going to quote from another article right.
It will quote the entire article right there's no link back.
There's no attribution necessarily depending on the writer at night you someone else right.
That's not okay that's not here he is -- in music and you probably know more about this tonight you.
But if you're gonna -- something here here is legal precedent regarding how much of someone else's music copy written music you can sample.
Right so bite.
By the court by the Supreme Court three different decisions I was on the writing about this last week so -- -- -- a little bit.
Basic -- you can sample this much it's -- to -- seven seconds or ten seconds or whatever it is what it does is it -- trying -- certain amount of intrinsic value to someone else's intellectual property we cannot do the same thing in an article that you -- right.
In this day because I think they'll want to my.
Blog looks at the nexus of arts politics and -- I.
You know what's it -- -- but I can help and I quote you and I can I can literally cut -- to retire article I don't know you where do you stay adopt.
An ally they got those quotes that has -- -- located at some alternate don't want feasible.
-- This is -- the protections and I know.
Musician my yeah sampling.
And and I think that I think the newspaper they want to look at some of the Lebanese or at least some sort of agreement with Google.
Mary's hands you know you know use more than what it 20%.
-- Because if you're able to do that and ultimately copy them.
But people are and -- the -- he's already out of the -- here that people are already used to getting all of these things for free.
How do you all of a sudden get people to agree to start paying for something.
That -- that they're used to getting.
-- -- -- -- Out.
The -- ones like.
-- area but.
It Capitol Hill.
-- -- -- Yeah about but it's it's such an important because your amber and -- -- Pastor Wright and the fact that.
And it was not my apartment writes.
I'm glad you wore hat that -- -- But it was out of the bottle and now you have hundreds of -- more insight on that site where you can't get anything you want not just as it but it for -- and I think.
I think that that's how do you tell people you can't have that smart when he's at it and I.
There is a Coca-Cola I think took tap water.
Put it in in -- plastic bottle like this and slap the label just -- -- -- the -- -- -- Millions in Atlanta.
-- -- it down here you'll realize that.
But your from me.
And I'll do.
The doctor say you.
Material -- -- for me.
-- -- -- -- -- Yes it's exposed.
For everybody I think.
That doing it.
-- And -- like the umpire.
-- a couple of things.
-- -- -- you anything that people should look out or they want.
They should think you obviously the checker gonna go on line -- That the great.
Part of it obviously -- I -- -- -- it.
I mean it's not just in the state of the readers around the world from.
From respect human human -- -- -- I think it's great.
I wish that we think -- -- targeted to business because we haven't yet.
Well don't charge for the strategy room let's keep it lively if you add to that because Doug -- -- -- this great and it's free to but I bet it caught something to produce.
Very little actually.
Look look at Iraq -- I got here.
That we have the carrot that's probably have been is our biggest expenses is to keep that -- happy but I didn't have.
What I carry kidnapped last week we had them you we have to pay -- ransom to the pirates until the -- It is that here.
-- -- Mike -- Wisconsin has thing in the world than -- -- -- Liberal Democrats trying to raise taxes and fees our budget writers to be the -- it and why they.
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