Re: Can playing covers get you sued?



Brian Running <brunning@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Give me an example of this. You really believe that the credit-card
issuers encourage spending that can't be repaid?

http://www.maxedoutmovie.com/

It's a documentary, with an agenda, but they do indeed document exactly
this behaviour - with compelling examples.

--- Derek

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Derek Tearne - derek@xxxxxxxxx
Many Hands - Trans Cultural Music from Aotearoa/New Zealand
http://www.manyhands.co.nz/

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