Re: [Harp-L] Copyright Law
I also don’t get the copyrighting of what is no more than a hint at getting a technique.
> Concerning copyrighting a teaching method, well, everyone has an idea of the ideal society. In my ideal society, knowledge should be spread as much as possible all over the world. A teacher should teach to as many students as possible, who should teach to as many other people as possible etc. I've never understood that one would like knowledge to be kept only by few privileged, which is always the case when speaking about protecting something by copyright.
> In conclusion, I don't see the interest of the method, and I don't understand the purpose of the copyright.
> I may stick to my old & free method, which I also teach freely on a blog I have (sorry, in French only), like others on their blog or youtube channel, and I hope many more will be participating in spreading it as much as possible.
> I hope this email doesn't sound too arrogant, I just wanted to express my disagreement with you.
> Best regards,
> Jerome Peyrelevade
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