[Dixielandjazz] Your Brain & Copyright Infringement

David Richoux tubaman at tubatoast.com
Tue Jul 29 18:43:52 PDT 2008

Does this mean they can erase our "Ear Worms?" (as a public service?)


Dave Richoux

On Jul 29, 2008, at 6:37 AM, Stephen G Barbone wrote:

>  RIAA Declares Using Brain to Remember Songs is Criminal Copyright  
> Infringement
>  by Mike Adams (naturalnews.com)
> On the heels of the RIAA's recent decision to criminalize consumers  
> who rip songs from albums they've purchased to their computers (or  
> iPods), the association has now gone one step further and declared  
> that 'remembering songs' using your brain is criminal copyright  
> infringement. 'The brain is a recording device,' explained RIAA  
> president Cary Sherman. 'The act of listening is an unauthorized  
> act of copying music to that recording device, and the act of  
> recalling or remembering a song is unauthorized playback.'

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