muggs writes: According to this story:http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2012/03/18/copyright-group-wants-libraries-to-pay-for-reading-books-to-kids/, an European group is telling libraries they must pay for reading stories to kids. In a clarification they say that, although they have that right, they are just demanding that songs played in public be paid for. Might not be so bad if they charge the jerk in the next car for trying to deafen everybody around as much as himself.
muggs writes: Having failed to pass sopa the companies have turned isps into their private internet cops. Along with that the U.S. lags behind many countries in the speed of our "high-speed" internet. Why is it happening? Why are we putting up with it? What can we do?