Week 8 Notes – Tu

Posted on 15 May 2007. Filed under: Class Notes |

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  • For Thursday: The Kathy Sierra Story
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Do you believe that we should do away with peer-to-peer file sharing altogether? How would an industry or government go about doing this?

From Ken: “What do you think about the amount of the fines for song downloading? Is the record companies’ strategies of threatening lawsuits but willing settle out of court just a way to make a point now so that file-sharing doesn’t become a bigger problem in the future?”

Do you think that peer-to-peer technology should be allowed for legal uses?

Should to blog world be, for the most part, controlled by private citizens or should big media have a fair slice of the pie?

What do you think about the amount of the fines for song downloading?

With the ever-changing software, do you think there will there ever be a point where we say, that’s enough, everything’s perfect? What will we continue to strive for?

“If bloggers are “immune from libels in their comment section because these comments are written by other people” are these “other people” held accountable for libel?”

Yes they are accountable. However, whomever runs the blog would be best served to remove that comment because of the guilt by association.

Do you believe that we should do away with peer-to-peer file sharing altogether? How would an industry or government go about doing this?


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