[cc-community] Ask for help: I agreed to a license by mistake
fred.benenson at gmail.com
Thu Feb 21 10:55:00 EST 2008
For what it's worth, I use http://www.webcitation.org to create an instant
archive of any page that's referable (and hopefully admissible as evidence)
when downloading a work.
This, in theory, could be used to prove that a particular work was licensed
a particular way at a particular time.
On Thu, Feb 21, 2008 at 9:51 AM, Robert Atwood <lists at atwood.org.uk> wrote:
> Cesare Marilungo wrote:
> > By the way - just for curiosity - how can somebody prove that he got an
> > mp3 track from a source (and with a particular license in the period in
> > which the license was applied)? Consider that on Jamendo, the albums are
> > distributed as a zip file and there's a text file with the licensing
> > information. Moreover, the license is specified in the id3 tags. The
> > tracks linked from Opsound were the ones hosted on my own website, which
> > are simply mp3 files without any licensing info in the tags.
> At the risk of sounding flippant ;-) .. maybe its better to just
> continue hoping it doesn't come up! they would prove it by convincing a
> courtroom that their story is better than yours, if enough money were
> involved, by hiring all kinds of Computer Experts to present whatever
> evidence they can come up with.
> It seems unlikely to come up unless you sue them. you could make some
> minor change to all other versions which you could distinguish from that
> version. 'Lord Vader is whispering in your ear, "Come over to the dark
> side, Luke" '
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