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Because Facebook refuses to make thumbnails of linked horizontal images, I upload each one manually here. It’s the only way to share Mimi & Eunice comics on FB, unfortunately.
I think I like copyright comics. I also like blunt and explicit comics.
Lol! That was funny! Where do I find more of this comic? Found it on Facebook, but have never seen it before!
[...] It’s a mash of various clips and recreations, culminating in an entertaining video that also speaks a great deal about some of the creations fair use and public domain inspire. Granted, Blink 182 made it a point to say these songs were used without their permission, but they thanked the fans anyway. Of course, the entertainment industry’s view on fair use, public domain, or, well, using anything that they think they are entitled to is captured quite nicely in the following webcomic: [...]
[...] It’s a crush of several clips and recreations, culminating in an interesting video that also speaks a good understanding about some of a creations satisfactory use and open domain inspire. Granted, Blink 182 done it a indicate to contend these songs were used though their permission, though they thanked a fans anyway. Of course, a party industry’s viewpoint on satisfactory use, open domain, or, well, regulating anything that they consider they are entitled to is prisoner utterly easily in the following webcomic: [...]
[...] Eunice on IP~*~This is a syndicated post, which originally appeared at Mimi and Eunice » IP. View original post. Nina Paley is a creative artist and anti-copyright innovator. She is the creator of the [...]
[...] preferred to “play it safe” than claim Fair Use, which is how Fair Use became the weak pathetic limping layer of pointlessness it is today. This is about how over-budgeted media productions historically paid to license things [...]