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____/ Ender2070 on Tuesday 11 Oct 2011 19:27 : \____
> The Techbytes Audiocast includes creative commons music and the audiocast
> itself is not licensed under the creative commons. How do they sleep at night?
> They attack other companies such as Apple for using BSD code and not giving
> back. However, Apple hasn't violated the BSD license by doing this.
> Techbytes however seems to get a free pass to break licenses. They've broken
> it by the fact that their audiocast is not licensed under the same or
> compatible CC license.
> The only other alternative is that Roy managed to get permission to use the
> music in a restricted form by the original artist of the music he includes.
The show is creative commons-licensed except where the tracks are not
creative commons (just freely obtainable), in which case licence compatibility
makes a sub-part non-creative commons (indicated clearly in YouTube).
Try harder to find smears. You're getting as bad as the anti-Linux trolls,
making stuff up.
~~ Best of wishes
Dr. Roy S. Schestowitz (Ph.D. Medical Biophysics), Imaging Researcher
http://Schestowitz.com | GNU/Linux administration | PGP-Key: 0x74572E8E
Editor @ http://techrights.org & Broadcaster @ http://bytesmedia.co.uk/
Managing partner @ http://scifitness.co.uk & http://iuron.com
GPL-licensed 3-D Othello @ http://othellomaster.com
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