Carl Guderian on 28 Jul 2000 14:41:27 -0000

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Re: <nettime> intellectual property, Hollywood style

But greed is eternal! My friend, Laura, who has written freelance and found
that if you refuse this clause, a publisher will sometimes drop it. You
probably already know this, but try it anyway if you're not desperate for
the work.



>Do you think that after the Net, memes, open source and other similar
>phenomenons/concepts/movements, the issues of copyright and intelectual
>property belong to the twentieth century?
>Not quite yet.
>The following comes from the contract recently offered to me by a Holywod

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