US. Le droit terrien empêche de voir ce qu'on envoie aux extra-terrestres. Lancée en 1977 par la NASA, la sonde Voyager 1 est en passe de devenir le premier objet humain à entrer dans l'espace interstellaire, à la frontière du système solaire.
Elle se situe désormais à 17,8 milliards de km de la Terre, et a déjà survolé Jupiter, Saturne, Uranus, Neptune... Alien Pirates, Copyrights to Reach Deep Space. Posted on 2012.07.03 by BSOD Sometime within the next 5 years, the Voyager 1 space craft is expected to reach interstellar space.
It will be the first man made object to cross the heliosphere , which is the final stop in our solar system. After being launched in 1977, Voyager 1 was the first probe to visit many of the outer planets. It has sent back countless original images from space, almost all of which have been released to the public . Although NASA does sell images, and many appear in copyrighted works (such as books); NASA is very good about releasing information into the public domain , almost all scientifically significant information from space is given to the public. Villages Furious about Copyright Fees for Folk Songs. The recent case of the local village of Pohorela being charged EUR 62.40 by copyright association SOZA because children sang copyrighted songs on Mothers’ Day has to be one of the most absurd cases of copyright being enforced in Slovakia.
TheDaily first drew attention to the Pohorela case by sharing it on Facebook at the end of May, but the case is not unique. Other villages and towns may also receive the same kinds of bills, like the one sent to the village of Helpa, which is being charged possibly for singing the well-known folk song celebrating the village called “To ta Helpa!” , for instance. SOZA, which oversees the protection of music copyrights, is defending its position also because municipalities are supposed to conclude the necessary collective licence agreement before events take place. Quels droits d'auteur lorsqu'un robot compose une musique ? Music Pirates Will Be Unmasked, Despite Band’s Protests. Despite protests from the band All Shall Perish, the identities of 80 alleged file-sharers of their music are set to be handed over to a Panama-based copyright troll.
The manager of the band says he is shocked and angry that the troll had obtained the rights to All Shall Perish's music and has ordered the band's German-based label to call off the dogs. "The band, their attorney and myself have and will continue to take any steps to protect fans, yes, even those who file trade," he told us. As reported last month, a lawsuit filed April 20th in the US District Court For The Middle District of Florida is targeting fans of American metal band All Shall Perish (ASP). Two issues made this case stand out. One, this is the first time sharers of music have been sued since the RIAA ended its infamous campaign. Un des Men At Work retrouvé mort : le droit d'auteur mis en cause. Le musicien Greg Ham, membre du groupe Men At Work, a été retrouvé mort chez lui à 58 ans.
La cause du décès n'est pas encore déterminée, mais les médias australiens citent déjà de multiples témoignages qui mettent en cause une affaire de droit d'auteur qui aurait littéralement détruit l'artiste. Le groupe avait été accusé d'avoir violé dans son titre au succès planétaire Down Under les droits d'une chanson folklorique australienne de 1932, Kookaburra Sits in the Old Gum Tree, dont l'auteur Marion Sinclair est morte en 1988. Can you copyright music of pi? Judge says no. Pi Day this year was special for Michael John Blake.
On that day, March 14 (3/14, like the number 3.14), a judge dismissed a copyright infringement lawsuit against his song, which is based on the number pi. Let's back up: Pi is the ratio of the circumference to the diameter of a circle. Its digits go on infinitely in an apparently random fashion: 3.1415926535897932 ... And while this sounds preposterously geeky, multiple musicians have seen this as an opportunity to create songs based on these numbers. If you look at a piano and say that the musical note C is 1, D is 2, E is 3, and so on, you can create an interesting melody, and then add other elements to compose a full song with pi as the fundamental musical core. Hotels are public; dentist waiting rooms are not. Robbie Williams to pay damages over stolen lyric - News - Music. Robbie Williams copied substantially from a Woody Guthrie lyric for a song on his best-selling album I've Been Expecting You, a judge at the High Court ruled yesterday.
Williams and his record and publishing companies now face a trial to determine the amount of royalties or damages they must pay to the owners of the original copyright. It is expected to be a considerable sum. The court found that the song, "Jesus in a Camper Van," which Williams co-wrote with Guy Chambers, was a breach of copyright of the late Guthrie's song "I Am The Way" and also of an adaptation of the same song which was created by Loudon Wainwright III.
Ludlow Music, based in New York, owns the copyright to the original song, written in 1961, and also of what the judge described as a parody of the track, written by Wainwright in 1973. Gospel singer arrested for selling his own music. Jan 17, 2012 News, Showbiz 1 Comment By Ruth Butaumocho HARARE- Gospel musician Kudzi Nyakudya was last Friday arrested after he was found selling 200 pirated CDs of his own music.
Gospel musician Kudzi Nyakudya The diminutive Kuwadzana-based gospel artiste spent the weekend in police cells and was only released yesterday after his recording company, Diamond Recording Studios, withdrew the charges. Selling pirated CDs is illegal as it contravenes the Copyright Act, which makes it a criminal offence to duplicate or photocopy CDs, books and any form of intellectual property without permission. Un Belge condamné à 65 651 euros de dommages-intérêts pour piratage. La condamnation est sévère.
Le tribunal correctionnel belge de Courtrai, situé en région flamande, a condamné mercredi un homme de 48 ans à verser 65 651 euros de dommages et intérêts aux parties civiles pour avoir piraté des œuvres culturelles (albums de musique et films) sur Internet. Il devra en outre payer une amende de 5500 euros, en partie avec sursis, précise 7sur7. Les maisons de disques se servent des oeuvres des artistes comme des brevets. Tout le monde sait bien que la législation sur la propriété intellectuelle n’est pas adaptée aux usages de tous, sauf des grosses maisons de disques, de production ou d’édition.
Ces lois qui ont été mises en place tout d’abord pour protéger les artistes ont complètement perdu l’esprit dans lequel elles ont été créées. Dune est un jeu d’aventure / stratégie sorti en 1992, inspiré de l’univers créé par Frank Herbert, développé par les français du studio Cryo et qui a reçu d’excellents critiques lors de sa sortie. Un des points qui a été acclamé est la grande qualité de la musique du jeu composée spécialement par Stéphane Picq, qui est sorti sur un CD audio séparé intitulé Dune Spice Opera.
Elle fût tellement populaire qu’il y a même eu plusieurs concerts organisés, ce qui était très surprenant à cette époque où le jeu vidéo connaissait encore un succès modeste et confidentiel. Copyright Gone Insane: CRIMINALIZING LIP-SYNCHING. As reported in the FoxNews story Lawmakers Pushing Bill That Could Land YouTube Lip-Synch Artists Behind Bars, Senate Bill 978 seeks to “modernize” copyright law–by making lip-synching of copyright-protected songs punishable by five years in prison (h/t Moin Yahya). Yeah. You got that right. Allongement des droits voisins : 20 ans de perdus pour le domaine public. Universal fait censurer la chanson de MegaUpload.
'Death Of ACTA' Song Taken Down In Copyright Claim. Reesmarc: Selon les ayants droit, 3%... Le site Paroles.net fermé par la justice. Clap de fin pour Paroles.net. Taiwan Dead Serious About Copyright On Funeral Music. Ralph Jennings reported for the Voice of America about two lawsuits of Taiwanese studios against funeral houses in Taichung. Mr Jennings writes: "Taiwanese funeral homes play pre-recorded music at traditional ceremonies, some of which also involve live bands and street parades to honor the dead.
" Read more here. Lin Shu-hui previously wrote for the Taipei Times: "Music and Buddhist chants during funerals are usually provided by the funeral homes, mostly using a gadget called the Electric Buddhism Sutra Player or music CDs. " Copyrighting Pi: Composer Pretends Only He Can Write A Song Based On Pi. Copyright madness continues. March 14th is often referred to as "Pi day," because when the date is written out numerically (at least in the nonsensical way we Americans write out dates), it's written as 3/14, which is the beginning of pi. It's a fun bit of meaningless, and someone in Portland, named Michael Blake, decided to have some fun with it and and wrote a song based on pi: His approach?
He decided the song would be in C, then assigned each note a number: C=1, D=2 and so on up through 9. Using those assignments, he played the sequence of pi: 3.14159 through 31 decimal places. Nice enough idea. Copyright law in Britain is 'crazy' La Sacem belge fait payer les chauffeurs routiers. Droit d'auteur : votre dentiste peut diffuser gratuitement de la musique. Upload 18 Songs In Russia... Face Six Years In Prison. If a burglar steals a CD from my home, but I still have MP3s that I encoded from the CD, can I still legally listen to the songs I bought?