|It's Katwards day!|
In this Kat's opinion, surely PRCA (the case about the lawfulness of internet browsing) did not have the same importance as Svensson, notably because at the time of referring it to the CJEU [here], the UK Supreme Court already appeared (rightly) confident to say that, no, you don't need permission to browse the internet.
|Mr Justice Arnold|
|You "purchased" this ebook and |
- thank goodnees -
you have found your cat:
can you resell the ebook?
|If only some copyright commentators |
were this cute and polite!
It is the despicable partisanship employed in the arguments advanced by a number of vocal characters in the copyright debate. Really, sometimes you attend events aimed at copyright professionals and you hear arguments presented in such gross bad faith, that you wonder whether these, rather than attempts to react to their counterparts' arguments, are plain attempts to offend human intelligence.
|A different Interview, |
still starring James Franco
As readers will probably know already, this film is about a fictional plot to kill North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong-un.
Instead of focusing so much on cinema screening or waiting for a hypothetical Netflix deal, Sony could do better and make the film available online for people to watch in the safety of their homes.