Ever heard of a library? They have special rights also.
Special rights afforded by your Copyright Act (or equivalent). IA have no such (direct) provision.
afaik, IA are covered on the basis all archived material is publicly accessible, coupled with a straightforward removal process for copyright holders.
focused on winning.
But at what cost? Arguably the entire south east asia region for a start.
Men In Black reference?
Or maybe just "real life"; the White Album has been re-released a few times, and the "true fans" (or whatever) can be relied upon to go and buy the latest and greatest... (sound familiar?)
I feel the same about this that I felt about the Iraq war and Saddam Hussein.
i'm sorry but to equate war, ethnic cleansing and the like with a sometimes shady payment gateway is naive at best, offensive at worst.
yeah, i watched the terrible remake of "the day the earth stood still" as well.
the second link talks specifically about bravehearts, which is a childrens help service for all kinds of abuse. there are also services like the kids help line, a well known Australian organisation along similar lines. My understanding is this "panic button" would relay to these sort of services, which is quite appropriate.
So thanks for the laughs, but how about giving more representative by-lines? I know it's asking a lot...
and what does dark matter smell like? why, burnt toast of course.