About: This is “Echo of Freedom, Radical Podcast (Эхо Свободы, Радикальный Подкаст)”. In each podcast episode a different issue is discussed. Each episode can stand by itself, but there is a direction of the whole podcast towards the complete liberation. Additionally this is the space where poetry will be uploaded.
Author: My name is VolodyA! V Anarhist, i am politically anarchist, ethically vegan, spiritually ex-buddhist, religiously atheist, epistimologically agnostic, artistically poetic, sexually perverted, and queer gender-wise. But this podcast is not about myself, but rather about my ideas.
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Mon, 11 September 2006
“If you are not PART of the media, you do not exist.” - Malcolm McLaren
Cory Doctorow appeared on Episode 68 of This Week in Tech, the frontmost running podcast about technology, and announced that WIPO ("World Intellectual Property Organization"), an industry association which attempts to set global regulation on copyright and royalties, is currently attempting to ratify a new set of regulations which reduces the right of individual podcasters across the globe, and defines a rigid ceiling of what a "podcast" is supposed to be, limiting the innovation of the masses in the name of a small percentage of large corporations´ copyright of webcasts.
The rights of Creative Commons copyright license holders will no longer have full control over the rights of their content if this happens.
This will strip away our rights to do with our content as we please if distributed through a third-party. It will no longer be a “lawyer-free zone”.
EFF.org, (The Electronic Frontier Foundation) is calling upon all podcasters and organizations, affiliations, groups, and hosting providers to add your name to an online letter to WIPO and stop these additional regulations from happening.
Category:Announcements -- posted at: 12:00pm EDT