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Re: “What does the Chatham restoration on Broadway mean for CSL Plasma Center?

@joe
I don't think you understand how idiots' brains work.

Posted by ct on 12/14/2010 at 1:52 PM

Re: “What does the Chatham restoration on Broadway mean for CSL Plasma Center?

Really? You thank sigh for writing that? The more productive thing to do would be to just delete the comment.

Posted by ct on 12/14/2010 at 1:34 PM

Re: “Jerusalem Cafe owners accused of threatening, taunting Latino workers

Get rid of Interested's comments, please. Needless racism.

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Posted by CT on 12/04/2010 at 10:22 PM

Re: “Del Hedgepath, Club NRG owner, accused of slapping a patron. May have had his last call (updated)

I am another former tenant who lost my security deposit for no reason. Del, you owe me $600.

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Posted by Former Buick resident on 09/29/2010 at 12:07 PM

Re: “Two winners for our Scion Garage Fest tickets!

How do you win tickets to a free show?

Posted by CT on 09/29/2010 at 9:43 AM

Re: “Free Energy and Vampire Weekend both cover the Boss -- but that's just one thing they have in common

So you're just reblogging stuff from the awl now? At least give them a link.

Posted by CT on 09/28/2010 at 12:08 PM

Re: “Fox News sues Robin Carnahan for using footage in ad

No, it's not like the NFL, because this case could be decided in favor of fair use. The ad isn't a rebroadcast. It's an excerpt. The Fox logo is clearly shown. The case will probably be determined by the interpretation of the presiding judge.

From the Star today:

The Carnahan campaign�s decision �in stealing only certain footage from the FNS (�Fox News Sunday�) interview is also false and misleading,� the suit alleges. �Wallace�s tough questions were included, but Blunt�s answers and explanations were not.�

Jean Maneke, a Kansas City media lawyer, said no case law exists for a situation such as this one. She said the case could involve �fair use� law, which deals with the limited use of copyright material without requiring permission from the rights holders.

The key factor, she said, is whether the footage the Carnahan camp used could be classified as falling under the category of �comments or criticisms.�

�What we�re faced with here is a judge deciding, �Does this constitute a comment or criticism and therefore fall under fair use?�?� Maneke said.

The Fox complaint about copyright infringement is not unprecedented. Earlier this year, YouTube removed videos in response to a Fox copyright claim. The footage in question was being used by Democrats to promote a feud between Florida candidates.

Posted by CT on 09/17/2010 at 12:30 PM

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