02 May 2007

Having a Digg at AACSLA

Digg users rightly pressed Digg not to succumb to the "cease and desist" threats from AACLA which resulted in the attempt to pull posts referring to or containing a single code that can decrypt HD-DVD movies published before April 23, 2007.

The danger is however that this leaves Digg dangerously exposed.

What concerned Digg users need to do is to ensure that they and all others concerned by this attempt to "copyright a number" express their views forcibly to the Founders of AACSLA.

The founding members of AACSLA are ; IBM, Microsoft,Sony, Disney Corp, Intel, Panasonic, Toshiba and Warner Bros.

Use your right to protest constructively - if you aren't happy with what AACSLA is doing then you might want to consider going to their sites, finding a contact email address and send an email expressing your opinions strongly about what is happening. If they don't respond email them again until they reply.

Perhaps the power of Digg users will make them think again.

This is of topic from my normal posts on Adsense issues but i feel strongly on this one.

4 comments:

Peelywally said...

Great idea - my emails on my way.

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Totally agree - thats what I did when this happened.