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But not on tape any more. I have tried to find some books there but to no avail All rights reserved. Facing a tech roadblock? I see that you really like spliting your cannot's. If they're watching a film with characteristic blue Chinese subtitles, it's almost always from one of those sites or one of the source BBS places. How much do you want for them?
I feel the opposite. It's increasingly difficult to find movies and TV shows for download. There are still some but far fewer than before. Maybe there are books too: I'm sure as more books are published as ebooks then they will be pirated too. I reckon that as people are encouraged to spend more and more money on hardware kindles, mp3 players, computers, ipones, HD whatevers they become keener to recoup some of that expense by paying less for the "software".
I just counted: I feel so wrong so I'm selling one of the laptops and one of the cameras. I confess I've used them a couple of times, but only for Asian movies that do not have a USA distribution, and hence are pretty much impossible to get here.
Does anyone know if Baidu Wenku has been "regulated" or something? I have tried to find some books there but to no avail But then there is another similar website - docin actually I had started visiting docin before I knew about baidu wenku.
And it has what I was trying to find.
And the strange thing is that it actually charges users a few RMB for downloading some books, as if those were legitimate copies I guess I was quite impressed.
But I admit to having downloaded such materials.
Hypocritical me. But I am still confused. Is it because the law distinguishes between hard copies and electronic copies, or original copies vs reproduced copies? Apparently you can't lend it to your friends. I had a look on one of my CDs and it says "All rights reserved. Unauthroised copying, reproduction, hiring, lending ,public performance and broadcasting prohibited.
So theoretically you do need to ask for permission from the copyright holder before you lend it to your friends I suppose? Well I'm not quite sure about books.
So I guess as long as you don't make unauthorised copies it would be fine. However it seems like you should not even just lend your CDs to someone else, be it your friend or family member or some complete stranger, theoretically Yes, copyright law is being more and more outdated with each passing year. When you "buy" a CD, what do you actually buy?
You buy a physical item, but what you are really paying for is a license to listen to the music on the CD as often as you like and for as long as you like. You certainly do not own the copyright to a CD you buy in most cases But even that is not fully true.
It seems that you own a license to the music only for as long as you physically own the CD.
If you sell the CD, or lose it, or it gets destroyed, you can not legally copy the music from someone else that owns the CD. And say that you have bought a tape or a record of some music remember those?
But now you want a CD quality copy of the music you bought. Is it legal of you to copy the CD of the same album that you bought on tape?
Is it? But not on tape any more. Is it legal for me to turn the music to mp3 for my mobile players? I see that you really like spliting your cannot's.
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