Re: Copyright law caught in its own time warp
- From: "anthony" <anthonyjhcnospam@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 22 Jul 2006 18:40:06 -0700
"Sandoz" <blumphf@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Question: Does this mean I can record my favourite television or radio
program to enjoy later?
Answer: Yes. For the first time, you will be able to record most television
or radio program at home to enjoy at
a later time. This will allow you to watch or listen to a program as it was
made available to the public at the
time of the original broadcast.
(We have all been doing this for years.....
Yes, we've all been doing it for years, and I've been filling my
cupboards with videotapes of culuturally significant matters such as
AFL Grand Finals, Playschool, Homicide & etc, but because of the
stupidity of our laws, I've not been able to watch them. Now I can dust
them off and view -- that is, if I can find a VHS player. Got a feeling
I threw mine out about five years ago. Dammit!!!!
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