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"I love making videos more than anything. When you're churning out sheer quantity there's no time to dwell. You just post." @CaseyNeistat
because YT algo demands it to elevate you // "I take it very seriously, I don't mess around. I love every second and my typical edits take 3-6 hours in post production." //&! "I have friends who do daily vlogs that shoot and edit directly from their cell phones. That's amazing!" //&! "I created @bemeapp because I wanted a platform to share video without self-consciousness. It's a way to share honestly." //&! "My office is a sanctuary. It's organized chaos that makes it functional. I'm more productive in my studio than anywhere else" //&! //>> Hollywood and other regular players, off the internet, is no place to take risks.
Casey  Neistat  YouTube  content  discovery  content  distribution  Piracy  bootleg  content  consumption  content  economy  content  creator  content  strategy  Vlog  Vlogging  Entertainment  storytelling  Selbstdarstellung  Selfie  Beme  Farm  creator  creative  constraint  creative  content  creative  craft  creative  destruction  creative  expression  creative  resistance  creative  surplus  Social  Media  Clickbait  Linkbait  Reality  TV  television  Selbstfürsorge  mobile  homescreen  Entertainment  Industry  Escapeism  Escapism  original  content  original  programming  Netflix  Amazon  Prime  Hollywood  HBO  ZDFneo  BBC3  iPlayer  geo  blocking 
april 2016 by asterisk2a
Microsoft quietly rewrites its activation rules for Windows 10 | ZDNet
Your Windows 10 license is stored online and linked to your device. [...] Here's how that ID works with Windows 7 or Windows 8: When you activate for the first time, that hashed value (let's call it your installation ID) is recorded in the activation database alongside the product key you entered with the installation. Later, when you reinstall the same edition of Windows on the same hardware, with the same product key, it's activated automatically. (Conversely, if you try to use that product key on a different machine with a different hardware ID, you'll probably be denied activation.) // &! bit.ly/1J9KIAj //
Windows  10  EULA  Microsoft  Piracy 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Online pirates could face 10 years in jail - BBC News
The proposed measures are mainly targeted at the distributors of pirated content - the people creating copies of movies, sometimes before release, and uploading them to be downloaded by thousands upon thousands. It's not, the police are clear to point out, aimed at small-time downloaders - although there are other ways and means to prevent that too. The consultation phase will likely turn heated. Internet rights groups will question the influence Hollywood and the music industry has over the day-to-day operations of the police - after all, industry bodies, funded by top studios and record labels, have paid for staff to work in police stations with the sole brief of investigating copyright crime. They'll also say the way to "solve" online piracy is to offer affordable, flexible ways to consume new film and music - not jail terms.
Content  Piracy  friction  frictionless  copyright  infringement  copyright  RIAA  MPAA  lobbyist  lobby  Lobbying  UK  ISP 
july 2015 by asterisk2a
Are Facebook’s algorithms killing YouTube?
YouTube may be learning what publishers have known for some time now: That Facebook’s algorithms are enormously powerful and that Zuckerberg isn’t content to dominate social media [...] Two of the biggest tech stories in 2015 are the increasing power of Facebook's algorithms and YouTube's uncertain future. [...] And now these two trends have collided in epic fashion as Facebook may be leveraging its algorithms to help kill YouTube – or at least steal an enormous portion of its audience. // slate.me/1NP1fZU - Last year on his podcast Hello Internet, the Australian filmmaker Brady Haran coined the term freebooting to describe the act of taking someone’s YouTube video and re-uploading it on a different platform for your own benefit. “I had long said I found the word ‘copyright infringement’ somehow inadequate,”
Facebook  Newsfeed  YouTube  algorithm  Social  Media  Freebooting  Piracy  Content  Piracy  discovery  distribution  creator  digital  user  generated 
july 2015 by asterisk2a
Boerse.bz: Was droht den Downloadern? - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Gesellschaft zur Verfolgung von Urheberrechtsverletzungen (GVU) // beamte haben deal vorgeschlage, kooperiere und bekommst dies angerechnet?
TOS  Piracy  RIAA  MPAA  Germany  Vorratsdatenspeicherung  GVU 
november 2014 by asterisk2a
The True Cost of YouTube's Library of Everything | Motherboard
No matter how much or little he or she generated, in all likelihood TheKhanly, who could not be reached for comment, has made far more money off  Follow The Leader than a weed dealer does off an ounce of kush, or a sex worker off a common trick. [WRONG! Content ID program channels ad rev to rights owner. stupid.]
YouTube  Content  ID  Piracy  Content  Piracy  Information  wants  to  be  free  RIAA  MPAA  Remix  Culture  Google 
october 2014 by asterisk2a
BBC - Newsbeat - Police crack down on Game of Thrones illegal downloads
if HBO doesn't care about fans seeing it in time (even if it is only 1 week later, online for ALL, for ~2£ per episode + advertising revenue) then screw them ... that is the public youngsters opinion.
Piracy  Content  Piracy  HBO  Breaking  Bad  Game  of  Thrones  Torrent  bittorrent  Hollywood  Music  Industry  Entertainment  Industry  USA  MPAA  RIAA 
april 2014 by asterisk2a
BBC iPlayer - Panorama: Murdoch's TV Pirates
NDS a technology / security firm based in Israel partly owned by Newscorp was involved into hacking into competitors pay tv cards, ie. ON Digital aka ITV digital, which went bust in 2002 due to outsized piracy of its cards enabled by NDS through a hacker website called THOIC (the house of ill compute).

ITVs digital TV card was made by Canal+ TV (French company) which later sued NDS in that regard (hacking its technology, and spreading the hack) - the case was taken over by Newscorp lawyers and was later settled out of court.
piracy  corporate  governance  newscorp 
march 2012 by asterisk2a
Courtney Love does the math - Music - Salon.com
JUN 14, 2000

Courtney Love does the math

The controversial singer takes on record label profits, Napster and "sucka VCs."
piracy  copyright  music  industry  RIAA 
january 2012 by asterisk2a
Grundsatzurteil: Vorratsdatenspeicherung verstößt gegen Verfassung - SPIEGEL ONLINE - Nachrichten - Netzwelt
Es handelt sich dennoch um das größte Verfahren, mit dem das Verfassungsgericht jemals befasst war.
datamining  dataretention  germany  internet  law  2010  piracy 
march 2010 by asterisk2a
Digital Domain - Will Piracy Become a Problem for E-Books? - NYTimes.com
few readers have preferred e-books to printed or audible versions, so the public availability of free-for-the-taking copies did not much matter. But e-books won’t stay on the periphery of book publishing much longer. E-book hardware is on the verge of going mainstream.
ebook  kindle  piracy  music 
october 2009 by asterisk2a

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