September 23, 2008



Hi,I read it carefully, but sorry the setnence in your episodes descriptions you don’t have to write down the playlist of what is going on air.” in English means: you are allowed to do so, but you do not need to do so. So what is the point here? If it is like you write that we are not allowed to write down the play list, then explain why.Sounds to me like some blabla. Me as a user expect some solutions regarding the copy right. You all know, that Spreaker in this form probably violates copyright of others, by offering its users a plattform for playing music (in form of a rasio show), they are not allowed to post in this form on the internet. You cannot honestly try to make money by using the intectual property of others. When I personally would like to open a web radio, I need to pay some money for using music. So I as a user would be willing to offer to pay a monthly fee for posting someone else`s music. Please be clear in what you plan to do here, because I know what I do on Spreaker is not legal and I think you know it. So solve this dilemma as soon as possible, but not by some unspecific blabla like tending to offer creative commons and copyleft music we all know that nobiody is playing music with this kind of property.Hopefuf6lly I did not sound so harsh a dedicated userOneInchPuncher


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