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Re: This website is full of copyright infringements

Posted by alexandra_k on October 24, 2018, at 6:55:08

In reply to Re: This website is full of copyright infringements, posted by ert on October 24, 2018, at 3:34:44

hmm. 'total retail value' was a common theme.

the medical records aren't paper records, anymore. they are electronic records that are stored... in the clouds.

where are the clouds? i don't even know if that's the relevant question. whose satellite is the information transmitted over? is that the relevant question? because that information can be intercepted. the ability to intercept it is tied to the ability to alter the signal... i would suppose.

our artists aren't supposed to live for very long. copyright is supposed to last the lifetime of an artist. it is presently 50 years. so if you create something when you are a teenager or in your twenties then it will be covered (theoretically) until you are around 70. which is plenty adequate, our government has decided. no reason to extend copyright for 70 years (thus protecting people who might invent things in their 30s into their 100's.

our people aren't considered to be worth very much, either, becuase the amount of money the government is willing to spend per head of population is significantly less than other developed nations.

mostly i think we are the control group. that means our data is valuable. it's observing the minor complaints go untreated and progress to things more sinister and continue to go untreated and continue to progress to things more sinister and continue to go untreated. all that isn't 1/2 the fun it could be if you don't get to have the information about all the (initially minor) things that are wrong with all the people.

pathology samples can give people a lot of information. there are an increasing amount of things that can be diagnosed from smaller and smaller and smaller amounts of blood, for example. radiology scans can also give people a lot of information.

by 'people' i don't mean the person who is the subject of the information.

i mean, i couldn't view the mri of my foot in high enough resolution to see whether there was evidence of hardware that was cracked / broken prior to a surgery that was intended to remove that hardware.

and apparently... neither could the surgeon who ordered the scan.

but i'm sure someone has that information... somewhere...

they probably hold the copyright?

and not me.




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