Re: Copyright Intent fair use due process
I refined and boiled my thoughts down more.
Out with Copyright in with IP rights.
Letís make this as simple as one can.
Intent: Trying to make any money. If fail its distribution must not be halted. If pass move to profit.
Profit: Trying to make a profit. If fail its distribution must not be halted. If pass move to Public use.
Public use: 80% of the most frequently sold lowest quality item from the IP owner. If pass its distribution must not be halted. If fail move to revenue sharing.
Revenue sharing: Shares 25% of everything brought in or 40% of profit to the IP owner or representative. If pass its distribution must not be halted. If fail then the items or item in question may not be distributed.
Addendum 1: This process seeks to itemize, track and limit all forms of digital distribution for digital copies of unique physical or digital items.
Addendum 2: Unique physical copies/licenses are treated as any other physical item.
Addendum 3: In order for digital items to be protected under this process digital IP items must be sold with a tracking number as so the end user/consumer may resale that Unique item.(this means that all copies of the item in question are looked at via these rules if not then they have no protection under these rules.)
Addendum 4:The IP owner may only use a unique license, tracking number or hardware number to limit use of the IP item under question. Any other scheme or process to halt the ability of the end user to make a copy or backup is illegal.