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Robots, Copyright, and the Future of Broadcasting

Earlier this week, the Hugo Awards show live stream was shut down for copyright infringement. It was being streamed on Ustream, and copyrighted content within Hugo’s stream (clips of the award winners) was automatically flagged by Ustream’s automated infringement system Vobile. This resulted in an immediate and automatic shutdown of the stream; it did not resume.

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DOJ Probing Big Cable | Ars Technica

When your internet service provider is also a content company, there’s an inherent conflict of interest: by delivering other companies’ content, they’re also providing a service to a direct competitor. I’ve never understood how Comcast owning NBCUniversal is anything but an attempt to create one giant monopoly stretching from content creation to delivery. And seriously,

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