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March 14, 2006


Marco Raaphorst

The term Non-commercial is still confusing. But according to Mia's piece (http://lists.ibiblio.org/pipermail/cc-licenses/attachments/20060306/fafdd587/NonCommercialGuidelinesclean-0001.pdf) this is not commercial use. If the music is not used for advertisement or the major part of the podcast.

But agreed, it is confusing. Here in Holland we have public cable TV; lots of these programs are paid from tax. When a NC-song is used for a program some believe it's legal to do so, others don't.

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