Snatching Rights On the Playa

#Politics

Thu, Aug 13th, 2009 12:04 by capnasty NEWS

We do empathize with Burning Man Organization's desire to preserve the festival's noncommercial character and to protect the privacy interests of ticket-holders. But by granting itself ownership of your creative works and forbidding fair uses of its trademarks, BMO is using the "fine print" to give itself the power of fast and easy online censorship.

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