[clug] Testing RTSP Streams

Jason j.lee.nielsen at gmail.com
Tue Nov 13 03:53:46 GMT 2007

I wonder if the terms of use apply for those of us who just went directly to the link provided in the original email and so did not sign or agree to any terms of use.


On Tue, 13 Nov 2007 14:37:46 +1100, Alex Osborne <alex at mugofgrog.com> wrote:

> On 13/11/2007, at 2:28 PM, Alex Osborne wrote:
>> Actually, recently an exception was added to the law to allow "fair
>> dealing" for parody and satire.  It has not been tested in the
>> courts though, so what exactly is allowed has not really been
>> determined yet.  See the ACC factsheet on fair dealing:
>> http://www.copyright.org.au/pdf/acc/infosheets_pdf/G079.pdf
>> http://google.com/search?q=cache:Xkm1LMixyWEJ:www.copyright.org.au/
>> pdf/acc/infosheets_pdf/G079.pdf (HTMLised version)
> Although interestingly they do say "If you want to use material from
> an online journal, check any terms of use to which you agreed in
> order to get
> access to the journal. These terms of use may permit, or may
> prohibit, the re-use of the material. The terms of use may prohibit
> the re-use of the material even if the re-use would be allowed by the
> Copyright Act."  It seems strange that the exception can just be
> overridden like this.

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