Of course "music" can have different meanings to different people. However, one of the things which has traditionally been core to the concept is the human element. By definition, a machine can't do that part.
As a mental exercise, I suggest that one imagines using robots to run the 100 meter dash. There is indeed some satisfaction in racing machines, but we generally watch Olympic events specifically for the human content. This concept holds just as much (perhaps even more) with amateur and children's sports and games.
Now the US can confirm that Huawei is not working with the Chinese government and will be able to tell the world that they were wrong about that. No?
Huawei spokesman Bill Plummer said: "If such espionage has been truly conducted, then it is known that the company is independent and has no unusual ties to any government and that knowledge should be relayed publicly to put an end to an era of mis- and disinformation."
@AC10:12 Your post just turned on a light for me. After reading the story I had thought to myself, what kind of system admin has a Facebook account? I would have thought it would be fairly unusual, but in a family situation it certainly wouldn't. And regardless of that, working at home and having your family involved does put an even more disgusting slant on the operation.
I really think that all US presidents are blackmailed and that they know this going in. I admit some ignorance to the relevant history here, but to me it looks like US Presidents are beholden to moneyed forces, and that this has gotten worse over the years - culminating in Obama. To me being beholden to moneyed forces is being blackmailed.
I see you also have the ability to use English effectively. That makes me believe you when you say you are a good programmer. I see many people who supposedly have "gotten started" with programming and in fact entered a professional career, who cannot use basic English and seemingly make no distinction between completely different concepts, including impossible ones like "very unique". I find it hard to believe that those minds are capable of writing good code. In fact I don't think someone who makes little distinction between letters of the alphabet would make any more distinction between different numbers.
That finding is not called into question by the fact that the internet users who click on the link have the impression that the work is appearing on Retriever Sverige's site, whereas in fact it comes from the Göteborgs-Posten.
Where on earth did the judge get the idea that someone would assume that all links are to the site that hosts the link? This is not a "fact".