Nope to wouldn t. It s still broadcasting copyrighted music. Then the bigger issue that the archive is there to educate and if you limit access, you basicallyMessage 1 of 40 , Jun 26, 2007View SourceNope to wouldn't. It's still broadcasting copyrighted music. Then the bigger
issue that the archive is there to educate and if you limit access, you
basically kill the site anyway.
> From: Andrew Homzy <homzy@...>
> Reply-To: <RedHotJazz@yahoogroups.com>
> Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2007 19:36:16 -0400
> To: <RedHotJazz@yahoogroups.com>
> Subject: Re: [RedHotJazz] The End Of The Red Hot Jazz Archive?
> What if the RHJA were restricted to members only? Wouldn't that
> resolve the problem?
> Andrew Homzy, Montréal
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
... From: tommersl ... That seems very logical, but my concern is : what if... the fact that http://redhotjazz.com belongs to Scott means that he isMessage 40 of 40 , Jul 2, 2007View Source
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> I'm not 100% sure about it but I think its the servers location that
> counts, not the domain name! Otherwise its easy to create a new domain
> and redirect to it!
That seems very logical, but my concern is : what if... the fact that
http://redhotjazz.com belongs to Scott means that he is responsible for the
content, as an American citizen, whatever the location of the site's files?
I suspect that there won't be any need to transfer them anyway (Neal's reply
and the notion of "weighing risks" seem to me quite satisfactory, all the
more so when I think of some websites which do not only make pre-war
material available, but also have nerves to *sell* pre-1930 sound files for
which they cannot claim any kind of rights!!!) but I've still asked the
question about what defines a website's "nationality", and expect a bunch of
replies from different groups. Even useless efforts in order to save
redhotjazz won't be actually "wasted".