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Legality for streaming Audio Books
Posted 28 April 2008 - 04:18 PM
now say we have 5 copies of audio book A. according to the head of the IT dept, we can have up to 5 simultaneous streams of audio book A.
i told him that i do not think this is legal since we would be streaming copyrighted material.
so does anyone know what the law is on this?
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Posted 03 May 2008 - 07:14 AM
What your thinking of is somebody using a player to stream and save. Which is perfectly okay. You need to adjust settings for it not to save. Anybody breaking these rules is there own doing. Sadly the internet is so vast that you can send files back and forth regaurdless of what anybody says.
For the sake of learning there is no wrong in that right??
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