El Consejo de Ministros aprobó la reforma del Código Penal que contempla la condena de hasta seis años de prisión para quien incluya en su página web listados de enlaces a contenidos que son objeto de propiedad intelectual. El juez podrá ordenar su retirada e incluso el bloqueo del portal, según el borrador enviado al Consejo de Estado.
El objetivo es perseguir las páginas que permiten la obtención de un listado de enlaces a través de los cuales se puede acceder ilícitamente a obras protegidas por los derechos de autor (películas, libros...). En ningún caso se actuará contra usuarios o buscadores neutrales, ni contra los programas P2P que permiten compartir contenidos.
En concreto, se persigue la explotación económica, reproducción, plagio, distribución y comunicación pública de una obra, sin autorización de los titulares, con ánimo de obtener un beneficio directo o indirecto (a través de publicidad, por ejemplo), así como facilitar el acceso a la localización de obras o prestaciones protegidas en internet.
COMO VERÉIS LA ÚNICA MANERA DE COMPARTIR LEGAL ES CON P2P, EN GMAIL TENEMOS UNA HERRAMIENTA P2P QUE ES Google Drive. EL INCONVENIENTE ES QUE NATURALMENTE SE COMPARTE BAJO PETICIÓN, ESTO RALENTIZA MUCHO PERO A LA VEZ NOS ASEGURA CUMPLIR CON LA LEY, YA QUE, COMPARTIMOS GRATIS Y SOLO A NUESTRA FAMILIA DE FRESH&ALIVE.
NOTA IMPORTANTE ANTE EL CORREO MASIVO: EN F&A NO SUBIMOS
MATERIAL OFICIAL NI VOLVEMOS A COMPARTIR BOOTLEGS ANTES PUBLICADOS.
lunes, 5 de marzo de 2018
This collection has 2 discs worth of material for this one, plus a "bonus" disc of demos.
Have to admit, although this was really fun compiling, it was also extremely difficult. As most of you know, Prince's work during the 80s was voluminous, and a lot of it was unreleased, or released on different collections throughout the decades. It wasn't so much of finding the music as it was identifying the proper era/session that it belonged to. Of all of his releases, this one is probably the toughest. Probably because you had to contend with the bootleg Black Album as well as all of the material for Sign O the Times (which is almost as bad.) That being said, does the Black Album belong on it's own, or should the material be absorbed into the releases around it? I still haven't figured that one out, yet.
After my love of Around the World In A Day, I had to get this album, and also see the accompanying film Under the Cherry Moon. Well, yes, the movie sucked IMO, but the music was some of his best. Along with the obvious singles, which were all some of his best, we also have Venus De Milo and Sometimes It Snows In April and Anotherloverholeinyohead and the list goes on. At this time in my life, my love for this brand of Pop music was a secret hidden love (as my skater punk friends of the time wouldn't have approved) so I listened to this one mostly in my room, doing homework or reading comic books. So, it is still an album that I listen to when I'm alone, or want some solace or during quiet times around our house. To me, that's how it's meant to be, that's how I remember it.
Hey... I absolutely love the work you put into all of these albums. You did say however that if anything was wrong in the tracks we could mention and I found a couple ones. Crystal Ball, Dream Factory & All My Dreams were actually part of the unreleased Dream Factory sessions, which later became Sign o The Times, so they would part of that. Also The Black Album (at least most of it) probably should be absorbed into Sign o The Times as well, since most of the tracks were recorded during the Dream Factory / Sign o The Times sessions (except When 2 R In Love, which ended up on Lovesexy anyways...) But what do I know? It's your choice anyways. Just thought I would mention that. -Original