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Desc:TED guy explains the mindbending sums used to justify SOPA, PIPA, ACTA
Category:Educational, Humor
Tags:math, talk, TED, copyright, SOPA
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Copyright might be a good idea for a tag.
oh I did, it just doesn't want to show up in the tags line for some reason. But if I edit the posting, I still see it int he tags line. Go figure.

The Mothership
fedex, the video page only displays a maximum of 5 tags. get rid of one and copyright will show up.

hmm, but does that mean it doesnt even see copyright (or anything over five) as a tag?

Brilliantly done, and probably totally lost on the intended target.
Legislative bodies?

Too bad I can only give five stars and then only one time.

good ol' TED, still giving me hope for humanity every once in awhile. outside of this place of course.
sweet, 8 billion dollar iPod. gonna hug it some.
Every recording artist should sue the labels for quadrillions of dollars in owed money due to the value of their songs being grossly underrepresented to them.
I can't wait until the RIAA collapses under the weight of its own dinosaur bones. It would be the best thing to happen to music since Van Halen's 1986 tour.

The more artists we can just buy directly from and allow to do whatever they want, the better off we'll be.
Good News!

http://boingboing.net/2012/03/16/riaa-prez-twirls-mustache-in- a.html

Well said
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