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  1. Mar 2023
    1. Title: Fox News producer files explosive lawsuits against the network, alleging she was coerced into providing misleading Dominion testimony

      // - This is an example of how big media corporations can deceive the public and compromise the truth - It helps create a nation of misinformed people which destabilizes political governance - the workspace sounds toxic - the undertone of this story: the pathological transformation of media brought about by capitalism - it is the need for ratings, which is the indicator for profit in the marketing world, that has corrupted the responsibility to report truthfully - making money becomes the consumerist dream at the expense of all else of intrinsic value within a culture - knowledge is what enables culture to exist, modernity is based on cumulative cultural evolution - this is an example of NON-conscious cumulative cultural evolution or pathological cumulaitve cultural evolution

  2. Jun 2021
    1. In the lawsuit, the Reids and their attorney are said to argue that WMG has refused to terminate its copyright ownership of the band's early work, including their 1985 debut album Psychocandy. The Reids are asking WMG for at least $2.5 million in damages, and refer to Section 203 of the Copyright Act of 1976 in their lawsuit.

      I remember an interview with Jim in the late 1990s where he said the if you threw a brick into a Warner building, there'd be no risk of hitting someone who cares for music.

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    1. he United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia

      Legal decision 6

    2. The District Court and Fourth Circuit both held that the archiving of student works in the educational context is a fair use.

      Legal opinion 5

    3. Read the 2009 published decision

      Lawsuit outcome 4

    4. Read the 2007 summary judgement

      Lawsuit outcome 3

    5. Read the published decision.

      Lawsuit outcome 2

    6. Read the summary judgement.

      Lawsuit outcome 1