DanielBostock

DanielBostock

Still waiting to see if Michelle is working that day, but fingers crossed I'll be there.

After the success of Messages for Men 2017, we are bringing a new lineup to central London to recognise International Men’s Day 2018. The event will run (at a venue TBA) from 3pm-11pm on Sunday 18th November, tickets are available at Eventbrite.

The speakers will be:

Mike ‘Doctor Randomercam’ Stephenson – Honey Badger, YouTuber and comedic iconoclast

Will Franken – politically incorrect comedian

Mike Buchanan – leader of the political party Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them)

William Styles – student activist

Craig Sandiford – owner of an online support group for alienated fathers

John Waters – Ireland’s champion of fatherhood and masculine values

Neil Lyndon – journalist and author of No More Sex War

Anthony Sameroff (exclusive video) – host of the Be Yourself and Love It podcast

Janice Fiamengo (exclusive video) – antifeminist academic and host of The Fiamengo Files

Paul Elam (exclusive video) – founder of A Voice for Men

Vincent McGovern – veteran family court and shared parenting advocate

William Collins – esteemed blogger at The Illustrated Empathy Gap

Daniel Bostok – libertarian satirist and sometime comedy singer

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Section 30A of the CDPA allows fair dealing with a copyright work for the purposes of caricature, parody or pastiche.

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Section 30A of the CDPA allows fair dealing with a copyright work for the purposes of caricature, parody or pastiche.

Parody Song by Daniel the Spaniel,

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Section 30A of the CDPA allows fair dealing with a copyright work for the purposes of caricature, parody or pastiche.

Parody Song by Daniel the Spaniel,

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Section 30A of the CDPA allows fair dealing with a copyright work for the purposes of caricature, parody or pastiche.

Instrumental purchased from SBI Karaoke

copyright law for parody posted below.

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Instrumental reconstructed by Cardi.
"Somebody that I used to know (feat. Kimbra) by Gotye”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZOR9KIgqwQ&list=WL&t=0s&index=53

The UK approach to parody
Section 30A of the CDPA allows fair dealing with a copyright work for the purposes of caricature, parody or pastiche. The Intellectual Property Office (IPO) guidance provides that the words “caricature, parody or pastiche” have their usual meaning in everyday language, but also take account of the context and purpose of the copyright exceptions.

The IPO defines the terms as follows:
* Caricature is something that portrays its subject in a simplified or exaggerated way, whether insulting or complimentary and whether for a political purpose or solely for entertainment.

* Parody is something that imitates a work for humorous or satirical effect.

* Pastiche is a composition that is made up of selections from various sources or one that imitates the style of another artist or period.

While Deckmyn does not offer much guidance on the concept of fair dealing, English case law shows that this is a question to be assessed globally, taking into account:
* The proportion of the original work as a whole that has been reproduced.

* The necessity of featuring the original work in the reproduction.

* Whether the reproduction will be in competition with the original work, thereby affecting the original author’s sales (paragraph 887, Halsbury’s Laws of England Vol 23 (2013)).

If they cared about burglaries and public disorder as much as they do nasty tweets, society would be in better nick.

A follow up of a meeting with Paddy Tipping and Crew.
the police are usually decent people but do the wrong job.

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