Podcasting : The Need to Read Digital Music and Other License Language Carefully

Cory Doctorow read the PodShow license for use of commercial music in podcasts and recovered enough from the shock to post about it. He illustrates why it’s important to read the fine print. After all, you might want to simply to use the music, not limit what you can and cannot talk about.
As Marty Schwimmer recently said, “Maximizing every short term advantage may not be the best long-term strategy.”
For a great article on available resources on digital copyright and licensing issues, see Therese A. Clarke Arado’s “Copyright and Licensing Digital Materials – A Resource Guide” on the always excellent LLRX.com site.
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (http://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
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