And ask him who came up with it, he won the Nobel Peace Prize (which should have gone to the lady who risked her life to save Jews in WW2 by getting them out of Germany and other places in Europe).
But, regardless how one thinks of this, the basic ideas of getting off fossil fuels (we'll run out within our lifetimes) and finding better, alternative fuels is something I think that should be pushed.
"Get a license or do not sample. We do not see this as stifling creativity in any significant way."
That was SERIOUSLY said in a court ruling?
No wonder it's been so hard to get people to understand copyright when you have laws that are confusing, courts that wouldn't know creativity if it bit them in the ass, and people treating Copyright, Trademark and Patents as Property, even though they're not.
The mere fact that people like J. Edgar Hoover, Richard Nixon, and Joe McCarthy, among others, who have had positions of power in the United States in the 20th Century should be enough reason to clamp down on these agencies.
That tells me that we'll have another one of those guys in power within my lifetime easily.
After all, history repeats itself, and those who do not learn from history will inevitably repeat it.