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MARCH 3, 2012 The Geist in the Hen House
And when it comes to media based companies and policies, the creative community–artists, musicians, journalists, authors, all of whom have been roughly treated at best by some CCIA members such as Google. And if the worldwide condemnation of Google Books is any indication, if the chickens disappeared the eggs would be missed.
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MUSIC TECHNOLOGY POLICY Update: Joshua Johnson’s KQED Forum on Rogue Sites
| MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 2012
I realize that the Silicon Valley
1% of the 1% is proudly non-union, but surely Johnson knows that “collective bargaining” is not a bunch of VCs setting a valuation. Update: Ellen Seidler still has not recieved the promised call from Google lawyer and evidence expert Fred von Lohman. Darryl Issa joining briefly. MORE >>
MUSIC TECHNOLOGY POLICY US News & World Report: "Google May Not Be Evil, But It Sure As Hell Isn't Interested in Free Speech"
| TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 2009
There's a great piece on the US News & World Report blog by the well-respected author
and journalist John Aloysius Farrell that must make Google count the days until it's driven all newspapers out of business. Google had to be dragged, at legal gunpoint, into the deal with the publishing industry that protects authors
." MORE >>
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