• 01:00

    Metalsmith BenchTalk: artist Harriete Estel Berman on copycats & artistic piracy

    in Art

    My guest on Thursday, March 27th at 3 p.m. PDT on MetalSmith BenchTalk will be artist Harriete Estel Berman, who joins us to discuss the critical topic of copycats and artistic piracy in the arts and craft communities.


    About: The craft community is under assault by copycat thieves in the “Age of the Internet.” BAD and UGLY behaviors proliferate within the craft community. International pirates steal images and retail giants raid the craft marketplace for ideas. Naïve and enthusiasm cloak unethical behavior with "I love your work and want to make one for myself.” Do you recognize the problems? Recognize the behavior? Understand Fair Use? Need recommendations? Join this important and topical conversation with Jay Whaley and Harriete Estel Berman.


    Supporting articles for this discussion (recommended reading before listening):



    “The GOOD, The BAD, and The UGLY in the AGE of the Internet” 
    "I love your work and want to make one for myself" 
    Alibaba and the Copycat Thieves 
    Alibaba Who? Alibaba Me? 
    DMCA "Take Down" - Action & Advocacy Against Copycats 

  • The Legal Show: The Case of the Expendables - Privacy Versus Piracy

    in Legal

    Arrorney Sarah Steele and writer Bennet Pomerantz discuss the subjects of the day.



    The audience should know that although Ms. Steele is a licensed attorney, she is not offering legal advice in any capacity, is not establishing an attorney/client relationship with anyone listening to the show, and recommends that any listener of the show consult a competent local attorney for any legal advice they may require.



    This show is about us discussing hot topics and how they relate to the law.
    Tonight we discuss privacy on the web versus illegal piracy activity.  Lionsgate film studio has been allowed to subpoena companies to help it find those who pirated copies of The Expendables 3.  They will now ask companies including Google and GoDaddy to find the sharers' identities.  Third parties also subpoenad include CloudFlare, Incapsula, Google, GoDaddy and Domains by Proxy LLC.  Lionsgate may demand the production of electronically stored information such as billing records, website content, server logs and correspondence.  To many, this flies in the face of privacy concerns that are very hot right now.  Tune in to hear where this falls on the “legally allowable” versus “internet privacy" spectrum.
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  • 00:31

    The Legal show: Case of the Expendables - Privacy Versus Piracy last Monday

    in Entertainment

    Yes we were to do this show last week--HOWEVER COMCAST mucked up my net and so we are doing this show tonight


     


    Attorney Sarah Steele and writer Bennet Pomerantz discuss the subjects of the day.



    The audience should know that although Ms. Steele is a licensed attorney, she is not offering legal advice in any capacity, is not establishing an attorney/client relationship with anyone listening to the show, and recommends that any listener of the show consult a competent local attorney for any legal advice they may require.



    This show is about us discussing hot topics and how they relate to the law.
    Tonight we discuss privacy on the web versus illegal piracy activity.  Lionsgate film studio has been allowed to subpoena companies to help it find those who pirated copies of The Expendables 3.  They will now ask companies including Google and GoDaddy to find the sharers' identities.  Third parties also subpoenad include CloudFlare, Incapsula, Google, GoDaddy and Domains by Proxy LLC.  Lionsgate may demand the production of electronically stored information such as billing records, website content, server logs and correspondence.  To many, this flies in the face of privacy concerns that are very hot right now.  Tune in to hear where this falls on the “legally allowable” versus “internet privacy" spectrum.



    ttp://www.blogtalkradio.com/bennetpomerantz/2014/08/11/the-legal-show-the-case-of-the-expendables--privacy-versus-piracy#ixzz3AJQgi5fU

  • 01:17

    Captain Michael Pierce - Piracy Survival Guide

    in News

    Captain Michael Pierce of Indianapolis joins Mary E. LaLuna for this very compelling story about rescue, pirates, persecution, and a man's quest to save lives in the name of religious freedom. 
    Captain Michael Pierce is a sea captain and author of the book "Piracy Survival Guide, A Cruisers Guide to dealing with Pirates" A cruisers guide to dealing with pirates Teaches mariners  how to recognize pirates and the tactics that they use. As well as modifications that can be made to your vessel and countermeasures you can put in place to help defeat them.
    Capt Pierce is currently providing training to companies on dealing with the threat of piracy. And writing a new book on piracy for companies and commercial vessels, that work and operate in areas where the threat of piracy exist. 
    Michael Pierce is now partnered with CHRISTIAN RESCUE COALITION partnered with RESCUE CHRISTIANS -  is a global movement of supporters, members, Churches, Organizations, Christian countries and territories who have come together to aid, assist and rescue Christians who are in danger from the evil rising around the world. We are independent of any government, political ideology, economic interest, and are funded by our membership and public donations.

  • 01:02

    Episode 170: Stolen Seas; Tales of Somali Piracy

    in Military

    We have heard from industry, military leaders, Marines, and private security providers, this Sunday we are going to look at piracy at a more personal level with director Thymaya Payne of the documentary, Stolen Seas; Tales of Somali Piracy. He will be our guest for the full hour.
    From the show promo:
    The filmmakers have spent the past three years traveling to some of the world's most violent locales in order to make this documentary on Somali piracy, Stolen Seas. Utilizing exclusive interviews and unparalleled access to real pirates, hostages, hostages' relatives, ship-owners, pirate negotiators and experts on piracy and international policy, Stolen Seas presents a chilling exploration of the Somali pirate phenomenon.
    The film throws the viewer, through audio recordings and found video, right into the middle of the real-life hostage negotiation of a Danish shipping vessel, the CEC Future. As the haggling between the ship's stoic owner Per Gullestrup, and the pirate's loquacious negotiator, Ishmael Ali, drags on for 70 days, these two adversaries' relationship takes an unexpected turn and an unlikely friendship is born.
    Stolen Seas is an eye opening refutation of preconceived ideas on how or why piracy has become the world's most frightening multi-million dollar growth industry.

  • 00:12

    Understanding the Publishing Industry

    in Books

    The publishing industry is a fluid and vibrant industry made up of a lot of professionals, and has been around for a long time. For those looking to get into the industry it can seem a daunting task. For those who are just getting started knowing the ins and outs can also be a bit tricky. This show will feature guests from all areas of the industry to give the most up to date and factual information for authors, readers, and other industry people. Our guests include literary agents, publishers, editors, designers, authors, and many other industry people. Topics will range from discussions about books, to taxes, to dealing with piracy. There will be a chance to chat with the guest for those listening in to get their questions answered. 

  • 01:06

    Chillpak Hollywood Hour #339 - Publishing, Piracy, German Expressionism

    in Film

    On this week’s show, your friends in podcasting begin with a brief exchange concerning Tom Cruise and Veterans Day, followed by a discussion of the publishing business and “novellas”. Then, a note from a loyal listener leads to more discussion about Vincent Price, before Dean Haglund and Phil Leirness launch into a discussion of German Expressionism, the impact it had on silent films, film noir, David Lynch and even the art work of … Dean, himself.


    Then, the gents follow up on an email from a listener last week concerning digital piracy. This results in Dean and Phil listing and analyzing the top ten most pirated movies of the past year and whether any of their financial fortunes were actually harmed by this piracy.


    Then, it’s the ten movie trailers that forever changed the way films were advertised and sold.


    Finally, Phil wraps up with his take on the versatile and brilliant Stephen Merchant’s new series “Hello Ladies”.


    Trust us, somehow, the entire show turns out to be a riot.


    As ever … On YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour.

  • 00:31

    THE NEW POLITICS OF THE INTERNET: EVERYTHING IS CONNECTED

    in Legal

    CAN INTERNET ACTIVISIM TURN INTO A REAL POLITICAL MOVEMENT? 


    WHEN dozens of countries refused to sign a new global treaty on internet governance in late 2012, a wide range of activists rejoiced. They saw the treaty, crafted under the auspices of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), as giving governments pernicious powers to meddle with and censor the internet. For months groups with names like Access Now and Fight for the Future had campaigned against the treaty. Their lobbying was sometimes hyperbolic. But it was also part of the reason the treaty was rejected by many countries, including America, and thus in effect rendered void.


    The success at the ITU conference in Dubai capped a big year for online activists. In January they helped defeat Hollywood-sponsored anti-piracy legislation, best known by the acronym SOPA, in America’s Congress. A month later, in Europe, they took on ACTA, an obscure international treaty which, in seeking to enforce intellectual-property rights, paid little heed to free speech and privacy. In Brazil they got closer than many would have believed possible to securing a ground-breaking internet bill of rights, the “Marco Civil da Internet”. In Pakistan they helped to delay, perhaps permanently, plans for a national firewall, and in the Philippines they campaigned against a cybercrime law the Supreme Court later put on hold.


    THE NEW GREEN


    Debate and dissent over the issues raised by the spread of information technology are not new. In the 1990s civil-liberties groups, including the pioneering Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), campaigned against the Communications Decency Act, part of which was eventually overturned by America’s Supreme Court. 


    TUNE IN FOR MORE ON THIS...

  • 01:01

    Beyond the Airwaves Episode 112 -- Video Game Pirates BEWARE!

    in Entertainment

    This is Beyond the Airwaves: The Infinity Project, where we go beyond the mainstream media and tackle issues that don't seem so important to the major networks.

    Let's face it, we all like to play video games to a certain degree, but some want to try to cheat their way through the game, but the companies behind those games have found truly creative ways to put a stop to video game piracy. We'll look at this as well as why Sony and Microsoft are going digital with game releases, making popular video game store GameStop upset. Thanks goes to our Arizona Magician and Tokusatsu Tim for these gaming issue ideas.

    If you want to have a great experience with Minecraft, please visit our sponsor: SOJ Dream Servers, Inc. at http://sojdream.enjin.com/.

    Ikari Chaos-San is the founder and creator. Shirley is truly the Oddball Extreme. Janet is our resident Arizona Magician. Heather is Queen Kitty Serenity. Mike the King of Hearts is our video game wizard. We'll also have guest appearances by our friends from the MAD HOUSE, so come and listen in!

    Visit our official website at http://beyondtheairwaves.weebly.com and don't forget to join in the conversation on the forums located on our official website. We want you guys and gals, the fans, to tell us what's on your mind and what you feel is important to cover, so let us know what you want to hear.


    **All sound effects are protected under fair use provisions and are NOT intended to create any copyright infringement.**

  • 01:41

    Random Radio Revolution: As The World Turns!

    in Entertainment

    What a World we live in...... Join the RRR crew as we discuss all the latest world news from every corner of this wonderful planet we call home. What could the future hold for a place like this? Great question we will answer on this episode of the Random Radio Revolution! Is everything as it seems or is there more than meets the eye? Makes one wonder............ So join the fun and call in and have your voice heard.. ..... ......... ..........               .................. Viva la Revolution

  • 00:00

    Europe Targets U.S. Web Firms

    in News

    Europe escalates its war against U.S. technology superpowers, New Facebook rules could sting entrepreneurs, Two music publishers are suing Cox Communications over piracy. Hank Weisbecker reports.

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