Re: [linux-audio-user] Re: POLL: Marketing Free Music

From: Cesare Marilungo <cesare@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Sat Mar 11 2006 - 18:16:55 EET

R Parker wrote:

>>>anyone had a look to http://www.jamendo.com ?
>>>***
>>>Philippe
>>>
>>>
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>I have.
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>>Looks very promising!
>>It looks like they already have that infrastructure
>>set up?
>>I'd never heard of that site - thanks for the link!
>>Looks like they're using the 'tags' idea already.
>>
>>
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>>From their page titled, Our rules;
>http://www.jamendo.com/us/static/engagements/
>"We are committed to exclude all "explicit" content
>(sex, racism, ) both in the music and in the
>advertisements."
>
>A predominant theme behind this conversation has been
>Freedom. Yes or no? The statement from the Jamendo
>rules is not something that anyone who values freedom
>would ever enforce upon anyone. Unless that person is
>just to ignorant or naive to get it. To the defense of
>the Jamendo organizers maybe they are just dumbasses
>and not nazi's, fascists or fucking pigs of whatever
>flavor is in favor. And that's about the best defense
>they deserve.
>
>There is no integrity in censorship. The Jamendo crew
>can kiss my American ass.
>
>ron
>
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So you're telling us that you can value freedom and be a racist or a
sexist at the same time?

And you really believe that if you want you can administer a service
like jamendo avoiding any kind of censorship without considering any
legality issue?

I'm trying to be calm.

c.

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Received on Sat Mar 11 20:15:08 2006

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