Tuesday, January 28, 2003

KaZaa's parent company is suing the MPAA. I say, Go Kazaa! Go Music Morpheus! Go Grokster! The founding fathers were very specific about copyright law, and modern media titans keep pushing the envelope and keep expanding the concept of intellectual property and keep constricting the concept of fair use, and the congress and the courts seem only too happy to accomodate them.
They probably would like to outlaw libraries, while they're at it. These mothers are plenty rich already. Enough is enough.